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... so we went straight to bed. Only seconds after we got to bed, we started hearing weird drumming noises. After the crazy drive, and getting to the campsite in pitch black we didn't know what to think. Was it aboriginals, angry we were on their land? Witches performing a ceremony? It was creepy but also kind of fun to let our imaginations run wild. Kind of ironic we were scared of drums, I love drumming! But at midnight? In the place we were at? After the drive we had...? I ...
... through the skiing lessons. There were a few spills among the group but most students were able to pick themselves up and carry on with learning how to ski. Mr Bedville had a classic spill and it was quite amusing watching him manoeuvring himself back up into the vertical position.
There were also a few students who went straight towards the thrills aspect of skiing. These students came back with ...
There is a couple of ways to get to the top of Mt Kosciuszko.
Supposedly the easiest way is up the chair lift then follow a zillion other walkers on a raised metal platform and wander the 13km return trip. We have previously been that way, and enjoyed ourselves. We wanted something different this time.
Option 2 is to wander up from Charlotte Pass. This is a very nice walk, only climbing about 600m in a ...
... in force! We ate as fast as we could but had to bail and eat therest on the go, they were so fierce.
The walk back was a lot easier as it was downhill. We stopped at the snowy River to cool our feet and then it was the steep climb up to the car. We all felt tired but good at the end of the 10km walk. The kids were absolute troopers!
Drive to Perisher Valley for some Spring Skiing with Jane and Stevie Parker. Over-indulge in Canberra with a lunchtime chinese banquet. Snow cat to lodge and over the next three days skiing in a spring time blizzard, perfect still and sunny runs, bump into Geoff Brooks and a half day of skiing before driving 5 hours home to Sydney. Pizza at Stevie's favourite place on Botany Road. ...
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