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... ll use here) so I mostly attempt half-court shots with poor results. Even at 6pm it's still pretty hot here and as nice as it was to find a court, we head back for dinner and a film. Keeping us company is the ridiculously loud birds and bats in the trees over-head, (wish I had a pellet gun) the film 'the good shepherd' was awful and will not be recommended.
In the morning we plan to do a long forest walk around the national park but it turns out to be more of a scramble through ...
... impressive! We left Beechworth and had some drama during our drive home, it turned out the electrical storm had sparked some local bushfires, owe had to be diverted as they closed the road we were on, there were warnings over the radio and everything! Now we know we're in the country! When we finally got back to Albury, Tara showed us where she works at the University and then introduced us to her Boyfriend Travis and his twin brother Matt at their amazing ...
We've taken to finding our food as and when we come across it:
The seemingly never-ending string of fudge shops means we never go hungry. Our favourite has to be 'The Fridge'; quite literally a self-service fridge and honesty box by the roadside, complete with dairy cow in the background.
While the ...
... set out to finish at a campsite 150km south of here. It was now 3:30pm and we were both getting very tired and knew we wouldn't fit in the rest of the sights so we sought out a campsite closer before buying supplies for dinner. The campsite sounded idyllic and was 7km west of Kangaroo Valley so what could be better. The road led us up and down windy country lanes and we finally arrived at Bendeela Reserve. We couldn't believe our eyes when we drove in to the site as it was ...
... sampled and purchased some of their cheese after our cuppa.
From there it was about half an hour drive to the falls through some beautiful farm land. After walking to the falls there was very little water flowing over them which was a little disappointing. We continued on about 800 metres return to the lookout opposite the falls. Views down the valley was obstructed by the smoke haze from the bushfires burning ...