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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-23-2012 06:04 PM
willee51 Excellent trip-report amd what a great job with the pix I almost feel like I was there myself

Would love to take such a trip in Australia, such an interesting country
04-21-2012 06:05 PM
chucky cheese Nice! Queens birthday weekend? I did not know you celebrated Liberace's birthday down under.
04-21-2012 11:10 AM
bdelpilar This is awesome. Looks like a fun time!
04-11-2012 08:12 AM
Belto that is amazing!! congratzz
04-11-2012 07:58 AM
jono967 On Monday after resting all Sunday I told Wendy I just want to go for a short drive to a pretty little hut I know of not far away.
Well all was going well till I missed the alternative track and....


Only a little stuck



The winch worked finally after i remember about the safety disconnect we installed when we wired up the Jeep's winch



Pretty hut with a pretty girl





An ideal renovator


Another fireplace from an even older hut we are guessing


She made it back all in on piece


Where we camped

Hope you enjoyed the trip report
04-11-2012 07:57 AM
jono967



An Oriental mine site just before entering Omeo




An old disused bridge built after the first world war by return soldiers


We headed up to have a look at the ruins of Australia's first Hydro scheme built in the early 1900's but the DSE had closed the track to the actual ruins at least the scenery up to the gate was impressive


Victoria Falls ( a little smaller than the famous ones)



We decided to head back to camp taking a different route and came across this magnificent camping spot
Queens Birthday Weekend look out here we come
04-11-2012 07:56 AM
jono967

Some of the webs hanging of the same tree one morning




We visited the Dogs Grave on the way up to Omeo



Another old relic

Man and his dogs. Well maybe one dog and the other a glorified mummy's boy


The old and the new



Spare parts
04-11-2012 07:54 AM
jono967
Extended Easter Break In The Australian High Counrty

Wendy and I took an extended break and disappeared from Wednesday before Easter and came back yesterday (Tuesday) with no kids just two dogs a Jeep and the camper

The Jeep looked sooo pretty when we left Wednesday morning


The first night was a little overcast with a near full Moon but fairly warm. The sky looked awesome


The moon was full at some stage of the trip





We set up camp in a private little section and had it all to ourselves with the river running on one side a track the other and bush surrounding the rest.


Easter Sunday Wendy heated up the hot cross buns in the camp oven Yummmy


This tree looked stunning

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