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Well we set off bright and early at 6am this morning to start our three day trip down to Melbourne! It turns out that there is only 7 people on the trip, but although a small group, they all seem really nice and friendly. Our guide and driver is a lovely Aussie guy called PJ who is very interesting and knowledgable. We stopped off for a quick …
... fun during a blizzard.
Nor was driving up to Perisher and back a day later with a broken tyre snow-chain - a link snapped above Wilson's Creek. When you add in my friend Ginny's torn ACL and my snapping a stock in two while face-planting during a blizzard, you could say that it's been a hazardous ...
... just had to move everything back up the 34 metal steep stairs. Remember we had shopped for 8 days as well. Plus we had to move the bicycles and the bicycle rack. Allan did most of the lugging.
Our friends Ina and Denis were camped at Thredbo Diggings and came up for morning tea and to check out this special accommodation. They were also able to help with a bit of carrying.
Now we could settle.
We decided that we would have a coffee ...
... on the concrete floor. In a flash, however, John reappeared with a big grin on his face, grasping the wriggling reptile in a vice grip around the jaws. Everyone got a good look, some better than they wanted, and John released the snake off the side of the hill towards the river.
... achievements and is recognised around the world. It took over 25 years and 100,000 people including migrants from 30 countries to build it. Its main purpose is to supply electricity to south east Australia and is essentially a series of huge dams. 3 villages in the area had to be relocated including Jindabyne which is nearby to Thredbo. The old Jindabyne was flooded with water to make a dam, people dive down to the old village ...