Patrick Plains Estate
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... was held which was great fun and enjoyed by all before we made the final run into Singleton.
Singleton Club hosted our evening meal in their function room where we auctioned off our planes for the race to be held tomorrow and then the talent night began with Wilbur Wilde as the MC and around 8 acts competed to be the star of the night. The wining act was a brilliant performance by Robert Palmer and 3 support dancers ...
... 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. ...
... them. We looked at a bunch of different Roof Toppers, including the ARB and TJM series, Tigers11, Roo Systems etc, and the James Baroud hard cover models. What sealed the deal for us was seeing the Hannibal set up next to the TJM (you can see this at Michael's TJM shop); no comparison. The workmanship on the Hannibal was in every way better. The stitching, canvas, mattress, and design was all ...
... 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 ...
... to pitch the tent was interesting. It's always a bonus if you can get a picnic table to use for cooking etc. Well I spotted the perfect spot with a covered picnic shelter and happily rode over to it to make it mine. I got there and the smile disappeared pretty quickly and I could see why it was vacant. Nailed to the tree next to the table were three or four wreaths! Who knew what happened here but pitching the tent in this spot wasn't about ...