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Mar 18, 2015 - Bowral - Alan Schofield

Left Sydney on Tuesday 17th stopping at a truck stop on the way down to Bowral. Called in on Wednesday to see 95 year old Alan Schofield, Mal's dad. He actually drove us in his manual car to and from the Bradman Memorial oval for lunch along with a tour around Bowral. I hope I'm so active and mentally on the ball if I'm so lucky to reach that age. Promised we would stop in on the way back whenever.

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Apr 4, 2014 - Huskisson to Kangaroo Valley

Day 41 Friday 4th April (Ron) Huskisson to Girringong - just south of Kiama (Wirri Beach) The morning dawned wet, just as forecast; but we didn't get the quantities predicted. Ulladulla to the south and Woolongong to the north got heavier falls. But although everything was wet this morning it wasn't raining for the packup - good. We headed off with no firm idea where we were going other than that we had always said we would like to stay at Kiama, having had a short day visit many years ago. Well, it's only 45km away so that's a bit of a...

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Nov 16, 2012 - Southern Highlands

Bowral – Bradman, watched a couple of sixes hit on the ground the great man played at in his youth. Museum was excellent well worth the $20 entry. Cultured, manicured landscape – some of the big farmers have sold out to the hobby farmers from Sydney Smaller version of the Blue Mtns – cliffs made of the same Hawksbury Sandstone Spacious unpowered site at Moss Vale – van battery lasted about 2.5 days, so time to move on. Hairy descent of mountains in rain

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Sep 5, 2011 - Nullarbor Plain - Bowral

So... After 7 months on the road we have decided to head home to the Southern Highlands! We travelled for 5 days straight across from Perth to the Nullarbor and beyond into South Australia. We stopped in Greenock, SA with Pete's Aunty Chris for 4 nights break - the kids definitely needed to run around a bit & we needed a few relaxing days too, as well as a chance to catch up with Aunty Chris over a few champagnes again! We then hit the road again at a more leisurely pace, stopping at Mildura, Hay & then finally Yass. We had a very flash...

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