Patrick Plains Estate
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... Sometimes, you find yourself in the middle of nowhere, and sometimes, in the middle of nowhere, you find yourself.
I’m not even sure if that’s relevant here, because I don’t consciously feel there’s much of me missing, but if this trip can help make any sense of recent events, if there’s any healing to be found, then I’m all for it.
At the very least it’s gonna be one heck of a vacation.
An adventure, ...
... band I drum in). I picked up a couple of bottles of that (only one for you, if you're reading, Ben!). Next stop: Tulloch - my favourite vineyard. Again, a quick call, I didn't need to taste (though, I did, just a few!) - I managed to persuade them to sell me a bottle of their flagship Shiraz 'Hector' - they only make it when they've had an exceptional year growing grapes; and then keep it for 4 years before selling any. ...
- Type: Hannibal Classic Canvas Tent with Jumbo Fly
- Size: 1.4m (L 2400 x W 1400 x H 1300mm when open with additional 1200mm covering ladder and access flap)
We picked our Hannibal Roof Top tent from TJM in Wallsend, near Newcastle, NSW (see map). Happy to give Michael and his team a plug here as they were very helpful and looked after us; ...
Next morning we started on the causeway coast, calling at the rope bridge, which wasn't open, then on to the giant's causeway after several photo stops. Very scenic area. The giant's causeway is a wonderful place to visit, hard to imagine unless seen in person. Moving on, we arrived at Derry, interesting to see remembrances of the Troubles, the Bogside murals and memorials to those who died fighting for justice. On to Donegal Town, dinner at the castle bar with a half ...
... all the 1/2 case cartons together to create a wall of cartons! Mmmmm! Takes all kinds. The grounds at Tyrrells were really pretty. There was an old wooden hut which Pete and I explored. The hut had been built by the first wine maker and was tiny!!!!
Our next stop was Oakvale. The cellar door is brand new and two rather dishy young men served us. The wines were beautiful but we - Pete and I resisted. Instead I bought some caramelised ...