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... s better value to ski in Japan including flights these days, or NZ. Still people come here though. When we went to Falls Creek 2 years ago with the Brooks just the other side of the state border, it felt like the most expensive holiday ever. For 4 days skiing we could have flown the family to Europe, but somehow Perisher is packed out each winter. It is beautiful and as you look up the mountain at the chairlifts poking out like matchsticks I try and imagine what it's like with 25ft of ...
... on top of Australia's highest peak with plenty of friendly people around helping take a family shot.
We found a nice spot nearby and had our lunch and breathed in the views looking all around in awe. Yay we did it. It was fairly windy and very chilly up here.
After sitting for a while we made our way back down. We decided to do another short walk to Seaman's Hut a further 1.7km (30min one way) walk. It seemed flat. The hut is very cute made from Stone, ...
... it was lost or enjoyed an adventure. Part of me thought we should help it, tell the farmer we saw his cow in the road. But his fate at the farm can't be much worse than his current fate.
We decided to go to anglers rest, the spot I picked out for halfway between the mountains and the ocean (tomorrow), to have dinner and sleep.
Side note: travel pod has not been doing well on my iPhone so it might take time to upload photos and videos I take with that. Check ...
... of our 3 days of ski lessons and skiing. The lessons were 2 hours each day and we caught a bus over to Perisher from Smiggins each day. 5 min trip straight from our door. Couldn't get any better.
The kids picked up skiing in no time at all. I was very proud of them. Julie was having a little bit of difficulty and was happy to stay on the "magic carpet" (beginners slope).
We got some toboggans on ...
... to Betty’s explanation of a billabong (pond) as they looked out over the flowing Murray River. Around the corner, however, some were distracted by Betty’s daughters and fellow poet/singer John, who were chasing down a highly-venomous juvenile red-bellied black snake.