Such a stunning spot. I could have sat there for hours. But there were too many other places calling our names! I spun Mabel’s tires and headed back down the dirt road and aimed for Mt Remarkable National Park.
After paying our $10 entrance fee, which I am always happy to do, I sat in 1st gear and climbed steep hill after steep hill. The I descended down the other side at breakneck speed. I had to alternate between using my front brake and rear brake as they quickly became hot and useless. More stunning vistas awaited at every turn and every crest. Worth the $10!
As I wandered home I decided to stop off and do a geocache. For those of you who don’t know the fun that is geocaching, well you should check it out! This treasure hunt led me down a rutted steep track through gates and across rocky creek beds, until finally arriving at a sheer cliff face. I eventually found the cache and signed the book.
Then it was back roads and gravel tracks as much as possible before finding myself back in suburbia. Tomorrow I will swap engines around and get ready to head to Jindabyne!