Ovens Valley Motor Inn
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... whom we will try to keep in touch with and even catch up again if possible.
Australia has so much more left to investigate, I truly believe that no one could ever see all of Australia even if they spent all their days trying.
In conclusion we are happy to be heading home and now look forward to Christmas , our Family and see everyone again.
love to you all
Stay safe see you soon
Gail, Kevin Toby and Daisy
... situated high in the end wall of the main exhibition room. It was made in 1874.
* Given who the museum honours, it would have to have an exhibition relating to the ill-fated Burke and Wills expedition. On display was metalwork used to carry payload on the camels and a pocketknife used by Burke. There was also a revolver used by Burke which an amateur historian had found in Doublin and was returned to Beechworth with the assistance ...
... one proved a trial for Barry, he went off course and did an extra 10km)!!!!! We finished the trip on the Mediteranian coast and after a celebratory lunch by the coast were transferred to the Medieval town of Carcassonne to spend our final night with the group. Now you might ask what I was doing during all of this, while everyone was expending so much energy! I ended up official photographer, and general hand, helping at feeding stations etc. I ...
... up to Beechworth where Ned Kelly was imprisoned and the court house where he was tried. The prison tour wasn't until 11am and it was only 10am, I didn't think I could hang around that long so we just went walking up and down the streets then decided to drive on to Bright. It was a picturesque drive and some of the trees were just starting to change colour. There were cows everywhere, being a huge dairy industry over this way ...
... tree lined canyons cut into the rock. There was nowhere to turn round so I had to just keep going. The car behaved perfectly and seemed to make light work of the ascent. Eventually after about half an hour of steady climbing we came to the end of the road, at about 1,500 metres it is only 200 metres from the summit. Here there was a large car park (and thankfully a turning space)
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries one walked to top ...