Mariners Waterfront Hotel & Motel
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... picture the cross-drainage mounds I had to contend with as the track became a firetrail only. They got bigger and bigger as the trail got steeper until crossing them was heart-in-mouth stuff with the truck's nose pointing skywards while I prayed there was a road on the other side and not some horrible large rock. It was some consolation that I had my swag with me and a bit of hoggett on the bone and some more fruit! I also told myself ...
... know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded." In recent, years I have come to appreciate Earl Nightingale's definition which he states:"Success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal or ideal"....and right now, by either definition, as my visit with the Fletcher's comes to a close, I am feeling pretty damn successful. And from what I have observed, the Fletcher's are pretty damn successful too! Cheers....the road trip ...
... of creations. After coffee and exploring a couple more shops, we drove to Braidwood, another old heritage town. The Braidwood racers were on, so the town was buzzing with fancy dressed race goers getting well warmed up at the local pub! They all left in buses to go out to the race course - I felt for the bus drivers! We picked up some fresh fruit buns from the bakery and enjoyed lunch in the local park. From Braidwood we crossed ...
... climb 10 ladders, that also go straight up. There was no skipping
steps to make it go by quicker, you had to take each one carefully,
watching your every step. Going up was hot, even though we left at 8
am....by the time we were coming down, it was very hot and the sun
was beating down.
Once we got to the top, the view was
unbelievable. But I knew that glory would end, as we had to go back
down. I think I like the nice and easy hikes...you ...
After calling in for one last night at Robs and the treat of a home made lasange by Jenny, it was time to start are road trip properly... We will be spending the next 26 days covering thousands of Km from Southern Melbourne to Eastern Brisbane. First on the list however was another friend date with Michelle, a nurse out here who we met in India on our last set of travels.
It would take 2 days of driving to reach Michelle and so ...