Comfort Inn May Park
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... pinnacle!!! A 2 hour hike up a med/hard climb. And **** me it was a climb lol. Craig tripped up over **** all about 10 times on the way up. All three drenched in sweat. Using hands and feet to climb when we got about 3/4 of the way there where Craig's have up and sent us soldiers on. We left him panting as me a jake missioned on. We made it about 5 mins further before we had to stop and almost gave up. Legs on fire and dead out we carried on and made it to the top!!! Sat there for ...
... away. A small fee was of course involved.
As it was getting a bit late by now, we decided to stop at Hopetoun near a nice small lake, Lake LaSchelles. Great, except in was the only place within cooee that water skiers could do their thing. And they did with great gusto, well into the night! What the heck, it was only one ...
... mas cake supplies and well how lucky as it is Seniors 10% off today only!!!!
Third last night at Keith SA, second last night here at Horsham now back in Vic and tomorrow night in Ballarat. So Sunday is THE day we'll get home god willing.
some special things:
The magnificent colours of Rocks, Sand and scenery
Fantastic Termite Hills
and not to ...
... to the Pinnacle, it's a 5.5 km return, and classified medium-hard. There's no track defined but you have to follow the arrows painted on the rocks. This is not the classical way to get to the Pinnacle, but it has very nice views. We had to walk along the Silent Street (a very narrow canyon) and along the Grand Canyon to get to the top, where the most amazing views were awaiting for us. Just awesome! And because we were there very early, nobody was there, so we had the ...
... yay) shes a beautiful creature and a bit of a bargain! We found her in a place called Taree about 4 hours north of Sydney. We went up to buy her and drove all the way down to Melbourne, which takes about 15 hours in total.
I drove 11 hours in one go, a bit silly of me but we pulled over when it started getting dark and had our first night sleep in her. Then drove the rest of the way, had a night at dads and carried ...