BEST WESTERN PLUS All Settlers Motor Inn
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... before it gets too dark.
Next day we checked out the golden guitar and spent some time in the local pub enjoying country music and a yummy lunch. It seems everywhere we go, there is a old vehicle gathering.
This time it was an assortment of vintage cars over a whole weekend. A good few days relaxing in the big city of Tamworth.
Following the Fossickers Way, we passed through Manilla, Gilgai and Bingara, all interesting little towns, with ...
... planned, back to Tamworth and up the New England to Armidale. Some of the group decided to return via Glen Innes to avoid the Ebor Road so they stopped at Uralla for morning tea. The rest of us continued on to Ebor (Fuss Pots) for lunch with a quick stop for some of us at Ebor Falls.
After saying our goodbyes at Ebor we headed home over the twisted road - it was a good way to end a great weekend, and a perfect finish to our holiday.
... the town for both of us. By 5.30, just before sunset, the streets are more or less deserted.
* We cook for ourselves this evening using the truck facilities and sit outside our motel room, as you do. We meet a cheerful Australian chap called Ray. He is a travelling salesmen and boy does he travel. Up to 180.000 km in a year. So when he hears that we have driven from London to Singapore and beyond, he does not react AT ALL. He explains he ...
... was fantastic, the figures look so real. Next on our list was the Look out, which really showed how big Tamworth is. We drove out to see the horse and barrel races at a special new building in Tamworth, the complex is fantastic, and one needs to see it.
The next day we set off for Mudgee, and stayed at the show grounds, before continuing on our way to Bathurst. ...
... degree with honours in Kites, the birds. He said , whistling kites, sometimes called fire hawks, have been seen picking up embers in their talons and flying to an unburnt area, dropping the embers and waiting for it to catch fire. Then, they catch all the retreating lizards and small animals leaving the fire! Clever heh, but a bushfire fighters nightmare. At the campground they have an Infinity Pool, see the photo. We had a swim in the ...