Ashton Townhouse Motel & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... from the river to a much larger (and grassier) site. Given the well worn state of the riverfront sites, I think we ended up in front!
We set up and spent a leisurely afternoon wandering around the park including a brief paddle in the river....ffffffreezing!! But Aero didn't seem to mind.
Today (Mon 12th Jan) we first wandered along the river to the Tumut Racecourse (about 6kms return) where Aero got up close and personal with ...
... the wreckage whilst out
photographing mountain scenery. Spotted a camel (?)
After 10km winding road (in most places only
wide enough for one vehicle) we reached Blowering Dam Camp turnoff. Tried towing the caravan along “Hume
& Hovell Walking Trail” to get to other side - no go and other access closed. Ho hum!
Theo went to the supermarket and brought some tinned soup for me, and a newspaper and magazine to read, although I did not feel like reading, as I had a really bad headache. After putting up with it all day, I ended up taking a migraine tablet about 4pm, and the headache was gone within half an hour. Yay, I was starting to feel a bit more normal, apart from those damn razor blades.
By the end of the day, ...
... on a day of clear chaos, everyone was rushing around and Sal quickly greeted me, and asked me to take the kids up the pathway where they would get picked up for the school bus. She was running late herself and dashed off into her office, which was next door to my flat. I felt as if I had been thrown in at the deep end, but I took a deep breath and took the kids up the path for the bus. Now that I could see the grounds in the morning sunshine, I was once again overwhelmed by the ...
Once the household (or at least Will & Dash) had started to stir I figured it was time for me to hit the road for a run, and leave them to their breakfast battles (I had young children once, I know!)
The fog was thick and damp, and as usual I got myself a little lost before I found the track to Mt Taylor. Even then I'm not sure I took the most direct route.
It was about 4 km before I reached the bottom of Mt Taylor and started up the ...