It just rained all night here and we had tickets for the railmotor "Cockle Train" and we were sure it would be cancelled. But when we fronted up to check some very cheery volunteers said "Nope" she's running! While we waited for the rail motor to come up the line we were very fortunate to be able to look across the foreshore where a Mother and baby whale were playing in the bay. I couldn't zoom in close enough and they were much to quick for me to get a photo. It was such a wonderful bonus. We jumped upon the 1926 railmotor and set off along the foreshore to the historical fishing village of Goolwa. Despite the rain it was still a lovely scenic journey and a little more dramatic with the churned up ocean crashing on to the shore.
We arrived back in Victor Harbour and decided it was perfect 'hot chips' weather so we paid our 2nd visit to "The Original Victor Harbour Fish Shop" and got our chips. Then off to the esplanade to eat them with our authentic German pretzels we had bought yesterday. While we were there we agreed it was certainly the day for rainbows with another one appearing before us in the bay.