Summit Ridge Alpine Lodge
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... then time for the street parade. Ok, so this parade had very little local business advertising, only 2 and one was not even local. The Beechworth bakery had some century old delivery cars in the parade, and the Carlton Draught Beer company had it’s horsedrawn beer wagon with 4 humongously large clydesdale horses in it. The rest of the parade consisted of both above mentioned dance groups and all the bagpipe bands involved. Well, there is only so much bagpipe ...
... It was deepened and lengthened over the years. Panning for gold in this area is still allowed but not without a licence. Still waiting to have a gold nugget to fall into my shoe or to trip over one at least! Visited the old stone bridge which was built over Commissioners Creek in 1860. This was built so stagecoaches and travellers could access the town. Retired back to camp very hot and looked forward to resting in the ...
... hikers. The hut survived bush fires and the extreme weather. Next stop was Omeo which is a historic gold rush town. Some of the buildings are over 150 years old. Omeo is an aboriginal word for 'mountains'. After leaving Omeo we passed through Dinner Plain which is 10 minutes away from Mt Hotham and is great for a family snow holiday. The view from Mt Hotham were the best. Wound our way back to Harrietville. Great and tiring day. Had dinner at the pub as we were too tired to do much ...
Awoken early by the drip drip drip on my tent of dew off the trees above not rain - nice change as I was gaining webbed feet. A deep foggy mist enveloped the river my camp site and the valley this was the mountains. Very chilly outside so wore my down jacket for the first time in a while - as in no real hurry to get anywhere fast I made fresh coffee brew in the tent. A patter on the tent got harder - is that rain oh no ... surely it would pass ( I hate ...
... 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 ...