George Kerferd Hotel
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a small town by the name of Howlonn which is about 30 kms from Albury. Due to the weather, I booked into a cabin at Howlonn’s caravan park. No canvas roof for me tonight. Tomorrow it’ll be a short ride to Wodonga and then I’ll leave the Murray to face my next big test: cycling with a load through the Victorian Alpine area. Stay tuned!
... minutes away, and were about to reverse to park, we saw two workmen waving their arms frantically for us to stop. We got out of the van and were met with the sight of the bike dragging behind us, handle bars scraping on the street. Apparently it had not been tied down quite well enough. The wheels were still attached in place, but one fast turn and the body of the bike had hinged backwards and was now dragging behind us. If we ...
... to get there from Lake Hume. The farm is at Thologolong which is near Walwa in NSW.
Dad looked it up on Tom Tom, but it was a bit out, as Tom Tom said it was 20 minutes away, not the hour it really took! Perhaps the Tom Tom thought we were in a helicopter!
We stopped off at the Hume Weir for a look at the spillway on the way, as we had seen it from the lake ...
We woke up to foggy mizzle today. As we drove away from Katoomba we could hardly see our hands in front of your faces, but Simon was sure that it would clear as we came down from the hill. Of course it did, but it was freezing cold... 13 degrees, I had to break out my jumper! It didn't start to warm up until we got to Gundagai... No I didn't make it up... it is a real place, as the Aussies amongst you will already know. In fact ...
... the month. Back out of town to camp like gypsies by the roadside! Tuesday October 15th Only one degree this morning at 7am! We drove back into the Woolshed Falls car park and trudged along Spring Creek for a couple of hours, past a swooping magpie to the Cascades and back. At one stage a large brushy tailed renard darted across the track in front of us, but was too quick for my camera! We decided we'd book into Lake Sambell caravan park for the next two nights and made good use of ...