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Travel Blogs from Mudgee
As we hadn't been to the Mudgee region before, we decided to have a "free" day and do our own sightseeing.
We waited for heavy rain to clear and by 11 am we were on our way to a winery for lunch.
We rode a short 10km to Burnbrae Winery, which was established in the 1960s.
We tried a few wines in the tasting and agreed …
Our last day at the Bike Friday gathering.... Time has simply flown by!!
We have a later start today, (10 am) as we only have 23 km to get to our lunch spot, where we will have our last formal meet up.
The weather is great and we have a lovely ride with Sue (who we first met in Capertee). It's a mix of sealed and dirt roads just …
Today we have a choice of 23 km or 75 km rides. After a break yesterday, we opt for the longer ride which will take us out to Gulgong and then some back roads to return to Mudgee.
Fairly early we inadvertently get in front of the main group of riders. About half way to Gulgong we meet up with Kim and ride together the rest of the way to …
We decide to ride with our panniers on today for two reasons. Firstly, we were not able to get a cabin at the caravan park where a lot of the other people are staying and secondly, as we kept getting ahead of the group yesterday we thought we may stay closer if we were weighed down.
Again. we delay leaving until 9.30 to allow for the fog …
This morning we meet up with the others at the Caravan Park at about 9 am.
There is a couple on behalf of the Guide Dogs Association and they will riding their tandem as the wife is blind.
Bronwyn, one of the organisers asks all the newbies to put up their hand and there are quite a few of us.
There are two routes today …