BEST WESTERN Alpine Motor Inn
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... down the road you pass the hair pins Kurrajong and Bellbird Hill, (and yes you can hear the bellbirds even you are wearing a helmet and the music is playing) From Lithgow there is an interesting loop south leading down to Jenolan and the Jenolan caves. Many signs warn that last bit is not suitable for busses, trucks or caravans and believe me the last few km drop over 500 meters down space does not allow even a large car ...
... via the Giant Stairway, halfway back to Echo point if you want to cut it short. We dressed for leaches. There is a rack and pinion train near to Furber if your legs begin to tremble. The last one departs at 4:50pm, it's a steep 52 degrees to the top. The trails were well marked but some of the signage has begun to ruin and probably contributed to the 167 walkers that go missing every year. There is continual maintainence and improvements to the complex and lengthy track system ...
... trees produce in the morning. The 3 sisters all have individual aboriginal names, but I don't seem to be able to recall those! After a few picture moments, and watching one guys jump over the fence for the sake of a good picture, we headed off on a walk down to the side of the 3 sisters. Let it be said that this is where the first lot of stairs featured. I should have know there and then. After we'd completed the circuit, we decided to head down to ...
... car. Unfortunately no photo. When I went to ring Peter to come and get me, I found my phone had gone dead. I did a little panic, wondering how I was going to let him know I was ready to be picked up. Fortunately I'd taken the iPad, so was able to send him an iMessage. After several attempts I did manage to turn the phone back on and make a quick call before it died again. Stupid phone, it was just under 50% charged do shouldn't have shut off. But all was good he was coming to get ...
... Before getting on the bus I quickly went over the the three sisters lookout in hope that I would be able to see them. Luckily the fog had just lifted enough to be able to see them.
We headed off to the grocery store to buy food for the week then headed off to the cabins and got settled in. I knew three of the four other guys in the cabin, so we got to know the gentleman over dinner. After dinner we went out to the bonfire and enjoyed some makeshift smores, listened ...