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Well, it’s going to be a dark and stormy night by the look of things outside my tent. There has been lightning, thunder, rain and storm gusts that howled down the valley, it looks like I am going to have … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks I have criss-crossed the Snowy River, hiking over it as a mere stream on the Main Range, following it south down it’s valley, crossing high above it at McKillop’s Bridge and finally where it meets … Continue reading
How would you feel if you built a bridge well above flood height, then watched it get washed away by a record flood only days before the official opening? I’ve driven down to the NSW South Coast, via the Barry … Continue reading
Apologies for the silence, but I have been out of mobile phone/internet range lately. I was going to camp at one spot in the mountains that did have access to 3G, at 3 Mile Dam, but the place was over … Continue reading
Cabramurra was originally built to house the workers on the Snowy Mountains scheme 60 years ago, now just a relative few remain working for the Snowy Hydro as it is now known. At around 1460m it is not particularly high … Continue reading
I took a break from my riverside relaxation for a trip into Jindabyne to watch the rodeo. It was only a small event but worth the trip into town …then back to Geehi for some more hammock time !
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