Monthly Archives: December 2010

214 Sandy Hollow to Mudgee NSW

G’day Erik Today we drove along a road we’ve never travelled down before. It took us south from Sandy Hollow through Wollemi National Park, over the Great Dividing Range to Rylestone and across to Mudgee. The road had only recently … Continue reading

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213 Gwandalan to Sandy Hollow NSW

G’day Erik After a couple of relaxing days in Gwandalan, we headed west once again across the top of Wollemi National Park to Sandy Hollow. It should have been called Sleepy Hollow. It was a quiet little town situated in … Continue reading

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212 Gwandalan Lake Macquarie NSW

G’day Erik Today we had a very relaxing morning enjoying the views of Lake Macquarie from the deck of KevinĀ & June’s house. You had a great time playing with Natalie and Flynn whilst the rest of us played some board … Continue reading

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211 Denman to Gwandalan NSW

G’day Erik This morning we continued along the Golden Highway towards the Central Coast of NSW. We arrived at Gwandalan on the shores of Lake Macquarie, where we are visiting Stevo and Ang who have been staying with Stevo’s parents … Continue reading

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210 Terramungamine to Denman NSW

G’day Erik Today we went for a drive around the Dunedoo area with your Great-Grandma (Ma), Grandma, Matt & Zora and Desurae. It was a fantastic trip down memory lane for everyone as this is the area where they all … Continue reading

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209 Boxing Day Terramungamine NSW

G’day Erik Boxing Day was a little wetter than Christmas Day, but the pool and cricket were still popular. You had an awesome time driving around and pushing the other kids in the little red car. It’s a shame we … Continue reading

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208 Christmas Day Terramungamine NSW

Merry Christmas Erik All of my family arrived at the farm today to celebrate Christmas. There are forty of us now that nearly all of my cousins have one or two or three kids of their own. You had a … Continue reading

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