Trackers Mountain Lodge
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... I went down to the river and paddled while watching a guy fly fishing. He must be very patient as he fished most of the afternoon and caught nothing. Eventually decided to do more than paddle, the water was quite pleasant but only got the bottom half wet. The hunter gather came into use this afternoon, spying some fresh blackberries on the opposite side of the river. He paddled across and picked enough for a pie for tea. Another great day in the great outdoors. 106.5. ...
... on Humffrays and 3 cars along Riley's. Wind didn't eventuate but it did get quite hot. Cooled off in the river, delightful. Took tent down in preperation for an early start tomorrow. Beers at 1800. Heard a big tree go down not very far away!! Did a bit of packing up. Cooked steaks and indian veges on cooker as we think there is a there is a total fire ban in Victoria. Early to bed again. Nearly a full moon so I found it hard to get to sleep as we were under the tarp ...
... for camping. It is free for members, and a social membership costs only $11 for a whole year. So Helen becomes a golf club member. Who would have thought…..
The next morning we head back into town. It is a changed place. Every shop is open, but the crowds have all gone. We hang around the old port, soaking in the historical information displayed on plaques lining most buildings. This is part of a puzzle geocache cleverly devised by a local cacher ...
... words "I will never drive that road again" quickly followed by a nice cold beer.
Another beautiful clear day today - we have had awesome days so far, cold nights but I guess as long as the heater works or the beanie is close by :) Spent today organising ourselves to go up to Mt Hotham tomorrow. The snow chains are in just need to take it easy they are expecting some more snow tomorrow. Im sure the Discovery will make light work as Bren said the people in front ...
... air. The road to Harrietville was very twisty - could not lookover the edges as the drops were scary and needed 100% concentration. This has to be equivalent to some of the best roads I have ever ridden even in Europe -here there very very few cars or vehicles. Several 30 km corners testing the tyres and my nerves and skills at leaning a very heaving high centre of gravity off road bike. Onwards to Bright the road got easier and could ease ...