Cooma Motor Lodge
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... during the 12 months we were away – a bit slower but when you’re 91 I think you are entitled to move slowly. Rob is an active member of Cooma Rotary which meets every Wednesday night and even though we hadn’t seen him for over 12 months he was still going off to Rotary so Steve and I went to the local pub with one of my work colleagues (Andrea) for dinner. Andrea commutes daily from Cooma ...
... go. This was where we stopped for the night, getting an early night ready for us to climb the highest mountain in Australia tomorrow. We are now into our last week on the road and so we are trying to run down our provisions. Early on in the trip we bought canned peas thinking they may come in useful in a remote spot. Tonight was the night they were finally opened, but Nic wished we never did. The tin is a bit deceiving depicting bright ...
... dry and brown. Most properties have dead weeds rather than green grass. We are looking forward to looking around Cooma as there seems to be alot to see.
We think we will stay until Monday heading to Wogga Wogga to free camp for a few days.
Bye for now.
Oh by the way this is Mum doing this blog as Benny is asleep after his big walk today.
Mum, Dad and the little terrorist.
... house so as to get a better view. I'd never been up here before and was taken aback by the awesomeness of it. Huge boulders litter the way along with snow gums and old weathered timber. Caves and clearings made it feel like a natures wonderland. I climbed/scrambled up huge moss and lichen covered rocks, and again took dozens of photos. The sunrise had not eventuated to much, thick cloud covering it as the sun came over the mountains. But I was content to be on top of ...
... it dirt road, to Jerangle. 10 minutes in I was overcome with fatigue and had to pull over for a 20 minute power nap... Finally arrived at Lisa Phillip's farm 'Slap Up' at the end of Slap Up Rd, Jerangle. She and her 2 children, (nearly) 10 year old Tom and 6 year old Jess were out at the shed, readying Diablo to be ridden. Diablo is 22, very hairy and a perfect little pony for beginner Jess. She walked him carefully around the paddock then ...