St. Mount's Boutique Hotel
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... a lot different now the bag was not behind me and Emma was. I could change up and down a lot better now that I had adjusted the kickers. But because of the heavier all over weight I was a bit too nervous to move around too much. Due to this my left leg started to go numb every now and then..... It got to a point where I needed to get off for a while so we took the exit to what I thought was a little "town" just off the highway.... Not ...
... for a little rest now and then – they are only little – about 10 – 12” high.
They are called either Blue or Little Penguins, aka Fairy Penguins, but
someone decided ‘Fairy’ penguin might offend the gay community so had the name
changed!! There are daft people in
Australia as well as the UK – oh I forgot, the majority originated from the UK!! Some penguins do a bit of preening whilst resting, others seem to ...
We stayed at Robyn and Adrian Caroll's house in Blackheath, a small 2000-people village nestled in the Blue Mountains.
Both Adrian and Robyn are registered nurses and parents to a whopping seven (gasp) children: (Heather,) Megan & Husband, (Lucas,) Claire, Laura, Ellen, Bridget, & grand-children: little Jacob and Charlotte (people in brackets we did not meet in person, only in photo). It took us some revision time to ...
Well we got up early and drove to Katoomba home of the Blue Mountains. Apparently they give a blue slate covered haze from a fine mist of oil exuded from the eucalyptus trees. The mountains are part of the Great Dividing Range rising to 1100 m. There are 3 beautiful national parks here and a scenic tour where you can descend at a ...
... 8 days or so. Country was turning brown and now there were cars/people/traffic lights and 60kmh zones…yuk.
By the time we hit Windsor it was showing 36 degrees and we were still in our cold riding gear. Quickly changed out of the riding gear and did some washing. Then a walk to the shops to get some provisions for breakfast.
Bumped into another 'Cycle Qld' rider. He recognized my T shirt - ...