Melbourne Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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... I've almost fallen over on that bike a million times... fortunately I'm no stranger to laughing at myself, usually out loud, so mostly it just provides me with extra entertainment! Oh, also, I talk to myself when I'm alone. ALOT. I'm not sure if that's normal... and if it is normal, I probably do it more than a normal person would... maybe this is too much information, I hope we're all still friends when I get home... I SWEAR I'M NOT A WEIRDO! Actually that's a lie, I'm totally ...
... was buzzing with a welcome party to the golfers competing in the BMW Golf PGA Open taking place at one of the 3 golf courses in the area. Music, lights, camera, action and a cute gold mining town comes alive - it was one huge street party and some good sounds and smells going on. We had some great food and even better company so things couldn’t be better.
Friday was definitely a down day - time to relax and catch up on things a little, especially ...
... of Derek, our Ambler friend who went on one of these in the 1990s.
We then did a little off road driving to Chinamans Bluff, passing Paradise where there is a large house, which stands alone in a large expanse of land. A gentleman called Lloyd Vent came to the Dart in 1942 to run Paradise House, a hotel made popular by its venison and strawberries. The family still live in the area. We could have done with a 4Wheel drive as we ...
Although we once again woke to rain this morning, it cleared up almost immediately and we were blessed with a final day of fine summer weather.
We had been vaguely planning to book a 4WD tour of the local area that would point us to various LOTR film locations, but we decided we'd rather go explore on our own.
We first headed to Arrowtown, a goldmining town of yore that is now a quaint tourist stop. We wandered up and down a few of the streets and had a drink ...
... Bison, Penguin and Sparrow (Dawg and Bear relegated to spectators!). Penguin started in the lead and finished in the lead - his account of the race, follows (videos are available on request)! "Penguin was quick to take advantage ofhis pole position, Bison started well but too much weight from the GoPro camera meant Sparrow was off to a slow start. Thereafter it was full throttle as the frontrunners fought for the lead through every corner and down each straight section of ...