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... the bobsleigh through every turn, travelling at speeds of over 90kph, but I loved every second of it! One of the best experiences I've ever had.
To ride a Bobsleigh down a real Olympic course and the fastest one in the world too was pretty special and something I will never forget. If you've never done it... DO IT!!!!
Ness was ...
... reception said they had been sighted. I think Peter was disappointed!!
We watched the start of the "Twosey" Bike Race evidently very popular with the locals. It costs membership plus $2 each race.There was a stack of participants and a lady explained it is more a social affair than anything else, as they have dinner and prize giving afterwards.
In all, a gorgeous day on the road.We were so glad we put this trip in the itinerary at the last minute.
... which I knew would be my main concern! Too right I was! It was hell to be honest! We were all slightly concerned for our lives. We even considered turning around! We were walking in creek beds (icey ones at that), up over trees and over anything and everything to avoid the ice. This was us going UP! Made it safely to lake 2! By now we were warm and the sun was incredibly bright and warm! From lake 2 to 3 it seemed like an easy stroll compared to the previous ice situation! We had lunch ...
... towards Cobble Hill as I had to collect the boys from there the next morning for the drive home and I needed to find a place to sleep in my van before it got too dark. I found a spot near Mill Bay which is about 10minutes from Cobble Hill. So I got some food for dinner, watched Hamish and Andy and passed out again. I love days alone like this. Exploring and sleeping whenever and wherever. Before I knew it, my alarm was going off for me to wake, get changed, get a coffee and food, ...
... bit greasy and washed out
And I was worried about getting punctures in so remote an area with my knackered tyres but all was well and we had the amazing views riding down into Pavillion, even though they have now put in power cables.
We are now a couple of hours behind and need to get across ...