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... An abundance of vegetables came with all dishes. As we were leaving Doug managed to miss a step and fell heavily onto the footpath with his right elbow and wrist taking the brunt of the fall. Much ice from the pub and back to the motel with him, and using clip lock bags we iced his arm as his wrist started to swell alarmingly. The ice worked wonders, but the arm was still quite swollen and sore at the end of the ...
Capertee Valley is THE place to go for bird watching .. just not our day, but the views were fantastic!!
and as the misty showers started, it was time to go home.
... the grown-up knew, she had made her lemon cupcakes which the grown-up got really excited for, as she had been trying to find some lemon cake for 11 weeks now and that's a very long time. They tasted lovely and the grown-up caught me trying to eat some too!
Mudgee has a few little shops for the grown-up, a couple of nice parks for me and there are lots of friendly people. The ...
Travelling through Wellington, in the heart of Central NSW on the Mitchell Highway, we decided to take the tourist drive to Lake Burrendong State Park & Dam for a night and to get off the main highway. It was certainly worth the effort, the view from our caravan door was quite breathtaking. The ...
... tractors. As the park is close to town we went for a walk to get our bearings and ended up in a pub for a drink. We dined tonight on scrambled eggs and enjoyed them in the open air outside our van. Cool but still and quite lovely.
Mudgee is situated close to many wineries and is a very popular tourist destination. We will venture out to a winery or two tomorrow.
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