Tall Trees Bed & Breakfast
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So, how can a mountain be blue in colour? I hear you all ask...Well grab yourselves a nice cup of tea, coffee or whatever your tipple and the answer will be revealed in a tickety boo.
We decided to visit the Blue Mountains as a day trip from our camp in Sydney seeing as we were only an hour and a half away but we were aware that with the endless treks and expanse of the mountains we could have easily stayed in that area ...
We saw a rocket blast off in the Kangaroo Valley at our farm jobs. It came down in a red parachute then it went into the trees. Christopher the farmer man where we are staying made it. I have also rode Blackie a Shetland Pony with Jenelle who is the farm lady here. We feed the chickens and collect the eggs. We have rode on the tractor and helped Mummy ...
... ties the other end to the tow bar. He drives at full throttle lifting the limb but it is still attached and the vehicles rear is off the ground 3ft front wheels scrambling. We aren't shifting it but it's not hanging over the road so it should be a deal safer now. We have been sanding and varnishing and at the end of the day we are exhausted. Christopher and Jenell have us over to the house for drinks at 6 and that beer slides ...
... and, along with about 50 other cars, watched the surfers below battling wind and wild waves. While eating lunch there, we had a tap on the door and this lady wanted to know all about our van. Her husband was excruciatingly embarrassed that his wife had disturbed us and sat in the car next to us staring straight ahead! Their teenage kids came around for a look, but hubby sat stoically in their car ...
... with the music in my own little joy-filled world.
"Can I help you?" asks the lady restocking the shelves.
Luckily, nobody knows me in Goulburn so I wasn't as embarrassed as maybe I should have been.
V: As I mentioned yesterday, we stayed the night behind the Canberra Information Centre - as recommended in Wiki-Camps. Was very quiet until the Council leaf blower man started up his machine at 8am! What is it with Canberra City Council and noisy parks and garden ...