Friday, 21 April 2017

Gravel tasting in Mudgee

There was wine as well, but I’m way too smart to get sozzled by that stuff….well….sort of.  There was also great coffee, food, beer, star-gazing, photography, music, friends, BBQ, vibe and weather.  Thanks to BTi and Isabelle for wrangling the whole thing.  We did two gravel adventures, both via the quaint town of Gulgong.  The second was a little longer and lumpier than we had in mind (90 km), but the return leg involved burgers then lengthening shadows with afternoon sun on our backs till we got home, and lots of yellow rumped thornbills along fencelines.  Best bird was crested shrike tit, which I don’t think we’ve seen since the last time we visited Putta Bucca.

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