Wych Wood Forest Escape
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... with Seniors discount and a visit to the Laundromat and we are ready to head back up into the ranges for more exploring.
A few of our blog readers are worried about how we manage to live in the van. So to answer the question about packing there are two photos. These show our "wardrobe" with most of our clothes except for what is in the dirty laundry bag on the mattress. Under the mattress you can see the "blue box" that has flippers and snorkels and beach ...
... couldn't judge to well to jump. He had arthritis or something too and could retract his claws which was a bit of a problem.
After we left Murwillumbah we had 3 weeks to get down to Melbourne so we went wine tasting in Mudgee (what else). Stayed out on a river reserve which was part of the Long Paddock, a little known fact that the Long Paddock is crown land and anyone can camp on it for three days. We were right in the middle of the wine area and a herd of cows. ...
... where we had booked a Hostel.
Another stop along the coast at Yamba we used to check out the Pippi Beach and found a little cafe/bar in the backyard of a house.
Here we had another short break and enjoyed some live music in the shade of a tent and had some lemonade.
From here I was given the driving position for the last 200 km or so. I especially enjoyed the last couple of ...
... organ, set up in the corner doing all sorts incl Jimi Hendrix, a bit of rock and a bit of country on a back drop of shiny grey and orange curtains, whilst the oldies of Bellingen danced and twirled and generally had a great time. Fantastic. It was really a wonderful night - the girls were alternately mesmerised and embarrassed (old people dancing is too much for any teenager especially in the stripy trousers) Personally, I could have sat there watching all night but the smelly ...
... we stayed the nite. Walked the golf course and the city stone wall.
Drove very early to Glasgow for the start of the Worlds. The day was bright but windy.Cheered on NZ Police and Canterbury Caledonian. Unfortunately NZ Police didn’t make the cut of 10 bands for Saturdays finals but the Canterbury Caledonian did. It was an awful day ,cold ,wet and windy day. Avril and I had seats booked which was good. Had dinner that nite with some very dear friends from Glasgow with ...