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... me to catch up on some domestic stuff. Washing the pile of dirty clothes I had accumulated since being able to use the laundry in the hotel at Melbourne.
Then into town for coffee and lightly toasted banana bread - nom nom nom!! And a bit of a wander. Bought ingredients for dinner and a bottle of Pinot Noir, my new favourite :)
Got the washing dry, played chasey with the goats - such fun, they are hilarious!! Started dinner, chatted by message with a friend, ...
Wednesday 21st The Blue Mountains were formed during a period of uplift which started approximately 170 million years ago in which the sedimentary rock strata was uplifted creating a broad plateau. During this period of uplift the area was also subject to volcanic activity which is visible as basaltic caps on the higher mountain tops. This plateau was then dissected by water resulting in deep valleys and gorges. The sheer cliffs of the ...
... when we have to leave. That is so nice, I love getting hugs too.
We've had the humidifier going in the van for the afternoon to soak up some of the dampness from the last couple of days when it has rained. The weather has been pretty good here, the sun shone but it's colder than we've been so far, so fortunately we are plugged into power and can put the heater on to warm us up.
All in all, it's been a wonderful ...
... A bush setting 100 metres from the beach, birds, kangaroos with entertaining joey's and a private 9 hole golf course $ 5 each round ( we played everyday) made for a lovely stay.
Yamba 6th April - 9th April - Rain was torrential on the way in with loads of cars pulling off the road!!! Settled in after the rain stopped on a great site with a river view. We met up with Vicky and Garry( we met them in Bonny Hills ) and they introduced us to ...
Woke up and packed. Had breakfast and got taxi to wicked campers and picked up car. So excited. Filled the bad boy up with fuel which was way cheaper than expected and headed to blue mountains. Took some turns in driving. Clutch was so low I totally didn't stall at all! Aimed to Katoomba via Glenbrook and Wentworth falls where we did a hour walk in and around the mountains. It was lovely. Stayed ...