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Went to Mt Gladstone Lookout just above Cooma with commanding views of the Monaro out to the Snowy Mountains, cannot believe the beauty of the scenery here and we could see for miles, quiet amazing.
On our way down the mountain we stopped at Heidi's Tea Rooms, very quaint and set in a really pretty spot. We had Earl Tea and home made apple ...
... eyeing it off and then swooped at her. Roger thought this was extremely funny. We then drove to Jindabyne and had a drink in a pub overlooking the lake. They brewed their own local pale ale and so it would be rude not to stop for a drink. We then continued on to Cooma where we were staying for the night. The Australians were playing the Irish in International Rules (AFL/Gaelic Football) and so we sought out a pub that we could watch this ...
... have become firm friends and luckily for me Kay has taken us to Jerangle on several occasions to help on the farm. It is Martha and I who love it the most, and we are always looking for an opportunity to go. We have stayed with Kay & Lisa's mum, Mary and also helped out their brother John on his property. There is something to be said for country people, they work harder than you can imagine, are generous and giving and the Phillips family are encouraging ...
... with them and a wild and hysterical time followed. I don't know what was more exhausting - jumping or laughing. Was a great game, no OH & S involved! Inside the slow lamb roast was already cooking and smelt amazing! Lisa is the most fabulous cook :) Tom showed me his new bed, a wonderful loft affair with built in desk and stair storage, and then Jess and I played puppets til dinner time. Yum!!! Awesome baked veges too! After ...
... pokies and decided to walk back to the Motel to walk off the dinner. On the way we passed a memorial at a local park that remembered the people that had died in a plane crash in the 1930's but the plane was not located until the 1950's (Photos attached). The pilot had originally survived as his body was found leaning up against a tree near the plane.
We indulged ourselves and ordered breakfast, poached egg on toast and orange juice, then we headed off for Eden. ...