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... out to a place called The Drip, which I thought there would be some water and there was. But we had to have a little walk before we found quite a few drips and a little stream too.
Later on after we had some delicious lasagne, the grown-up had some bubbles and a malibu cocktail with it too. She even let me taste a little bit, but I didn't like it!
Till next time... xx
... br> 6 days to get to Mataranka and have a hot spring swim. Days 7-10 at Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) –
this is kind of weird as I have written to the campground asking if I should
book and they have replied – No bookings but I might not want to stay at the
moment as there is an invasion of red flying foxes! Nowhere else to stay so we will see when we
get there. Days 11-19 in Kakadu – ...
... far we'd traveled and how much petrol we were using. About 45 mins out of Cowra we were going through a small town and Rodd asked if I was stopping for petrol.... I decided not to as according to my calculations we should have enough to get to Cowra!!! Well seems the second half of the tank goes faster and not as far as the first cos the gauge was dropping at an alarming rate and I will admit now I did have a few moments worry that we'd run out of ...
... and dogged determination we actually won!! So we were the lucky recipients of a bag of cycling goodies which would be useful on our travels. That'll show them 10 year olds!
In the evening we watched the films from the Mudgee short film festival (Mudfest), which proved to be much better than we thought they'd be.
Monday 9 April - Day 21
Again the sun was shining and the Mudgee Bike Muster wrapped up for another year. What ...
... of making it. After the curds have drained in their hoops overnight, it's removed from the hoop and added to salty brine. The salty brine is made by heating water, adding salt and letting it cool. The fetta is best consumed within two months. Leaning Oak does a pesto marinated fetta and a fetta marinated in citrus. The brined fetta is cut into pieces, a small amount of fresh pesto is added or salted lemon slices and submerged in olive oil. So ...