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Day 17: 18 July - Mudgee
Well –it did snow last night back up in the Blue Mountains near Lithgow. The cold wind from that direction was evidence of that. This morning we went down to use the library’s Wi-Fi as we
haven’t been able to hook up at our B&B. Ros had trouble with getting into Facebook but Bruce got the tablet hooked up so could check the ...
... keep in the car to replace the one we had made up ourselves. After lunch we had our Caravan Club AGM. Dinner dance tonight and once again it was a great night with lots of dancing and fun. Music supplied by 2 girls called D Ban Jac. Got to bed about 11.30 pm after helping lack up tables ...
... be too much time but we will see.
There’s a lot to cover but I’m not sure it will not all be a bit
same-same. A day in Humpty Doo to
recover and then Days 21-23 in Litchfield National Park. After that, heading to Kununurra and staying
there until Day 28, hopefully getting up to Wyndham for a night as well. Then El Questro and the Gibb River Road to
Derby, arriving Day 34 in Derby ...
... through Lawson Park and memories of hot summer days with the car boot and doors open music blaring while all the gang swam in the river or sat around on the grass chatting drinking and smoking..... sorry Mum and Dad.... came flooding back. I loved those days, carefree and young, a whole life yet to live with endless possibilities, so oblivious of everyone else's needs and wants, just living my life for me, selfish maybe but happy. I must say the ...
Leaning Oak farm is a wonderous place. Vineyards surround the farm on all sides and groves of gum trees dot the paddocks splendidly. Pulling up the drive, hundreds of sheep and goats roam freely about the green fields. There's a pond decorating the view from where you can sit and sample delicate morsels of cheese or simply watch the sun go down over the hills and savor sweet sips of house wine. The home is more than a hundred years old and once ...