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 ...
... hammered into the very hard earth. Late lunch of chicken hamburgers. 6 cars passed all day, the last one an English couple in an older Jackaroo with only a GPS as navigation. They asked for directions to Myrtleford. Remainder of afternoon spent reading and dinner consisted of marinated lamb rump steaks from Coles, which were surprisingly good, baked spud and carrot, zucchini and eggplant. Tuesday 30/12/2014 Judy up 0545, Tony 0730. Overcast and quite cold. Kept ...
... of the boat and make sure we do not hit any of the various obstacles. The river has quite a current and is not all that deep. There are hidden rocks, eddys, and lots and lots of very large trees submerged into the river making it an interesting place for a row. We do about 8km of which 2/3 of the time is spend going upstream and after turning around in a very short time we are already back at the club. All in all it goes reasonably well. I dare say that both of us ...
... to the government. I was very happy we were not camping in these parts!
Omeo is a sweet little country town and the people were very friendly. It was Anzac Day and the police had planted themselves in the middle of town with an RBT. Not sure how many times we were all breathalysed while driving back and forth from laundromat, store and hotel, but we kept them busy anyway! We were hoping for a Two Up game ...
... 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 ...