Peppers Guest House, Hunter Valley
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... wind for those in the back meant there were certain hairdressing issues; unless you were Tom. We drove through the sunny hills, blue sky, green valleys and straight roads, to finally turn in to a stunning place overlooking a small valley; our first stop. Greeted by a couple of friendly dogs and a beautifully set table we started our afternoon of tasting. We had a pre-arranged a cheese platter to accompany the wine, which was gorgeous, and set off on our Journey ...
... a wind. Between about 1PM and 3PM it just got stronger and stronger and I responded by adding more and more tent pegs, the side annex and support rope. Eventually, even this wasn’t enough to stop ferocious flapping of the annex and we followed pretty much every caravan in the area, dismantled the annex and put all of our usual outside stuff away and retreated to the van to watch the grand final. From a WA perspective, this was as much fun as ...
We awoke to lovely bird calls, the sound of distant traffic and frogs croaking in the dam!
Coffee - no paper - no wifi. So contented ourselves with chatter about this, that and the other thing before getting up and getting breakfast.
We chose the other outdoor setting for our breakfast of bacon and eggs. Should have included orange juice but the fridge had frozen it!
After breakfast Dave opened his presents and seemed to like the ones we bought.
... tourist railroad (that wasn’t operating) that just happened to be at an old historic coal mine. We were lucky to get a personal tour of the mine while we were there. We then went on to the Hunter Valley wine country to taste a bit of wine. John knows many of the wine makers, so we got very good treatment and tasted some very nice award winning wines.
Today we are off again on another adventure. More on that next time.
Jim and ...
... We were also able to stoke and feed kangaroos! I thought kangaroos would be vicious and timid. Instead, they were very tame and happy to eat from my hand and me stroked and patted. Seeing a koala and kangaroo has definitely ticked an ozzie box for me!
That evening, Liz took me to Hunter Valley Gardens. The gardens are amongst the vineyards and its know for its roses and topiary bushes. Every year they put on a Christmas display by covering the gardens with lights. I ...
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