Monthly Archives: June 2018

An adventure with M(Marcia)

BLACKHEATH – June 30, 2018 Despite gale force winds (we think the wind gusts were 40 – 60kph) and too much wine the night before, Marcia K took me on a walk to discover Porters Pass.  I’d not done much … Continue reading

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Trying to find a needle in a haystack

MOGO CREEK AREA – 23 & 24 June, 2018 Four years ago, Trish N, Jeff and I visited a side creek in the Mangrove Dam area and I always said that I’d lead a beginners walk back there, the campsite … Continue reading

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Abercrombie in June

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 16 – 17 June 2018 Note to self … it’s bloody freezing at Abercrombie in June and if Beth suggests getting a cabin next time, don’t dissuade her!  Not only that, despite being in the middle of … Continue reading

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The case for built in Sat-Nav

NEWNES PLATEAU – 9 June 2018 As with most of my forays into the wilderness – it sounded “easy enough”.  We’d be going to the Newnes Plateau, finding the start of a canyon and checking out the exit – which … Continue reading

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