Summit Ridge Alpine Lodge
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... it's pretty dead on a Sunday. Picked up a couple of things at the supermarket and stopped at the bakery for some rolls for lunch, then drove out of town heading north on the Omeo Highway. This is a very slow winding road but some lovely views. Stopped at a picnic area for lunch with a very pretty river and then drove on about 15 k and found a great campground, Jokers Flats, where we pulled up for the night. Also on a river. Set up camp and Philip had a ...
... to make it interesting in some way) but don’t bother putting any money on it (too late anyway). Well, my horse led the first 2/3rds of the race than disappeared into the rear of the pack. Helen’s horse was a good midfielder most of the way. So good thing we did not put any money on it.
With the horses done, we go set up camp in the vicinity. In fact, the best reviewed campground happens to be at a local golf club where they have some ...
... or not the snow on our car would make it the whole way back down the mountain. Jenna was excited to see that yes it did make it and now is keeping it in our freezer to show everyone when we get home!
The drive up and down the Alpine Road was amazingly beautiful. The countryside here is so undulating and very scenic. A very pretty part of Australia. The road up to the resort was like a highway compared to the Omeo Road!!!
... was dead quiet and preparations were I earnest preparing for the upcoming winter season - toilets being painted and new young staff had just been given their uniforms. Could not resist taking a pic of my GPS as I drove the highest altitude to date on the trip - 1846 m (actually went to 1866- but was riding), one of the the great things about fuel injection is no loss of power at altitude. The views were amazing and I really enjoyed the clean ...
... at the bakery. Back home to Lakes in time to go out for tea at the Ferrymans seafood restaurant. If you ever pass through Lakes Entrance make sure you have a meal at this place. Passed rule 1 of the RW Hughes where to eat - lots of people there. Meals were fantastic & the service spot on. Remember !!! don't ever pass by without going to Ferrymans
Saturday 6th Oct
I attacked the rail trail between Bruthen & Bairnsdale. 33km & the home to ...