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... our caravan is , we have been living in it long enough for now.
We spent some quality time in Tocumwal and even got to catch up with our neighbours who happened to stay a couple of nights there also. Coffee in the park overlooking the Murray near the huge Murray Cod statue was so nice. We got to catch up with everything happening in the neighbourhood.
We have spent three weeks in Bright , we have had warm and ...
... the winding steep road we encountered ourselves when we went up to the Chalet ourselves a few days ago. And they did it mid-Winter when there was snow!
* Many articles reflecting the strong early Chinese history of the district and the colourful ceremonial shield was a standout. Apparently there were many items like this imported for a special Chinese event in 1873.
* Emma George is a Beechworth native and one of her ...
... the mountain bikers and the "flyers" who jump off the cliffs. Cheap and cheerful, but a lovely stay
Spent a few days there exploring the surrounding areas - Mount Buffalo, the Mystic River "flying" platform, even an Olive Grove where the farmer was amazing.
Spent the evenings around a camp fire with the boys - Mighty, Mick, Giddy, us and whatever travelling strays turned up. One night we ...
... at the Lakes Entrance for a colorful sunset.
Beautiful landscapes and scenery, there are wineries, parks and farms. Great road for racing or cycling activities and more. The best time to visit is in Autumn. The journey will be full of colors.
Definitely, it is worth to travel to the Great Alpine Road again in ...
... was rewarded with a night in a small hut owned by a local guide and his daughter. Now the car park is over looked by a splendid Swiss style chalet where you can spend the night in luxury, even though you have cruised up in you comfortable vehicle.
The views from the look-out here are magnificent, there are purple and grey mountain ranges as far as the eye can see, dropping into deep chasms and rising again to be followed by another and another on a clear day you ...