Comfort Inn Moe
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... grind away on the pedals. I stayed in the saddle for the majority of the climb but had to stand on the pedals a few times to get up some of the steepest sections. I was thrilled to make it to the top without stopping, which was the case on all my climbs. The previous six peaks had helped as my legs and body was ready for this although it was still incredibly hard. I have made it into the Mt Baw Baw Gradient Club and I am now the proud owner of a ...
... to ride the tram! We even had a pleasant meal in the on site cafe, converted from the general store. While talking to the volunteers we learnt a lot about the village of Korumburra, and how coal mining had so much to do with its establishment. The guide also was very informative on the wartime involvement of the people of the area, having had a grandfather and father involved in the first and second world ...
... job trying to clear snow from the road
At Marlo, we found a spot for lunch down next to where the snowy river meets the sea, that's another one off the list, stayed the night just out of town between the river & the road
... enjoyed morning tea, however we would very much like a wander around these beautiful bush gardens. Have a gander at this http://www.rbg.vic.gov.au/visit-cranbou rne/attractions/australian-garden.
After morning tea we set off to get jobs done. When we first got Vincent the delivery date was delayed by two months. It is normal to have a short shake down trip before departure but in our case, there ...
... in this modern world (thank you, Santa Teresa), nine wins on the trot will see the Tiger Army fully activated and engaged for a rollicking week in the lead up to next Sundays clash with Port Adelaide.
And I won't be a local part of any of it.
If I wasn't feeling so excited at the travels ahead, I could almost feel so very lonesome already.