Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A beautiful drive via Broke and down the Putty Road took us through the Greater Blue Mountains National Park...windy, hair-pinned roads, steep sides, no barriers, crumbled asphalt edges, all the necessary ingredients for a dancing-foot drive (for Tracy! D was stoic, as always!). The scenery, however, was well worth the extra grey hairs.
The Blue Mountains ...
... tea done, shower done ... The Dawn Service was a good service and was well attended by many many people, more than the MC expected :) The morning was beautiful, clear blue sky, no wind and reasonably mild and we felt the cold just as the sun rose. It was over by 7am, and we were very glad that we made the effort to attend. When the service was over, we went home and got the beagle girls up and then we went to Blackheath. We went to Evans Lookout, went for a short walk ...
... She and Shane are expecting a baby girl in early July, an excellent distraction from the sadness of losing Missy. The girls and I finish our walk, home and I get back into my knitting, distracted by Graham desperate for conversation :) xoxo I pull it apart and start again and finally, just before having dinner, I have completed the first two tone pink bootee :) Bbq chicken for dinner, Yum !!! Today just seemed to be 'rushed' all day ...
... where we are staying for the next 4 nights. It is really magnificent, it's a Heritage House (a bit like a listed building I think) and everything is exactly like when it was originally built in 1915. Our room has the basin in it & not in the bathroom (but they do all have modern plumbing thank goodness)
Other people who have stayed here: John Denver, Julie Christie, oh and Don Bradman spent his honeymoon here!
Breakfast is included and you all get ...
The Hundred-Foot Journey