This was the home of the author of the Magic Pudding. I have to confess that I have never read the book but will endeavour to do so in the near future. The pudding always seems to have a very angry expression on his face and I think that this is the turn-off for me.
Our next stop was for some bush walking - as one does in the Mountains. Not much further to go to get to the top.
Most of the leaves have now dropped off the trees
However a few colourful ones still remain
Time to check into our accommodation for the next few nights
Our very comfy bed
And spacious lounge area
The temperature can drop very quickly in the Mountains and our maximum yesterday was 5.5 as can be seen on the temperature gauge in the car.
And the fog can settle very quickly also. This was the view from our room mid-afternoon.
Somewhere out there beyond the trees is a valley. Not to be seen during our stay however we were nice and warm inside and rugged up when venturing out.
Back soon and in the meantime
Happy sewing all
Oh, where are you staying? Pity i didn't know you were going through, i could have met you for a coffee at the Norman Lindsay cafe. I don't live far away and I enjoy the gallery now and again, and the grounds are good for photography sessions.
Such a lovely place to visit. I agree about the angry face of the pudding but I did have the book as a child. Hope you have an electric blanket on the bed. I am feeling cold just looking at your pic LOL.
Hi Karen ,wow what a lovely place,love those puddings,thankyou for sharing your lovely time xx
Looks like a beautiful place to visit.
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