For those that don't know the Coorong is a huge spit of sand stretching from the River Murray Mouth all the way to Kingston. DAY 1: It was a long (4hr) 240km ride from my place to the Coorong sitting on 65km/hr with the CT110 postie bike. The first leg of the trip was from 42mile crossing to Kingston a 65km ride along the beach. The first bit of sand I encountered was the dune crossing at 42mile crossing to get to the beach. The postie dug down in the soft sand and I had to push it 200 meters to the top of the dune. From there it was downhill all the way to the beach. I powered through the soft sand and onto the harder compacted sand where the waves had just been. The sand was nice and compacted and I was able to cruise at 60km/hr along the beach. Much better than expected for a 110cc postie! Just before sunset I stopped for a few photos.... Just before reaching Kingston there is a small river crossing. Not knowing how deep it was I set up my camera and crossed it and then crossed it back again to retrieve the camera. All went ok on the video but then I went to cross it again the bike stalled and I had to get my feet wet pushing it out. So with wet feet I rode off to the local Kingston service station and fuelled up. Then I headed off and found a nice camping spot in some dunes with really nice grass to lay out the swag and about 1 million mozzies to share it with!