Category Archives: Bushwalking

I’m not sure the physio had this type of walk in mind

GLEN DAVIS – 12 May 2018 John G had scheduled a return trip to Drowned Rat Canyon for this weekend and even though I couldn’t do the canyon because of my injured knee, I wasn’t going to miss out on … Continue reading

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Caving in Tasmania – the prize for “stamina” is announced

KOHINOOR & DIAMOND CAVES – 22 April 2018 Interestingly, all the caves in this small area are named after diamonds or precious gems.  I had given up my spot on the Marakoopa trip on the day before, but was looking … Continue reading

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Ettrema – No Country for Old Women

ETTREMA WILDERNESS – 29 March – 2 April 2018 Greta Road > Rogers Hill > Cinch Creek > Billys Hill > Billys Pass > Hamlet Crown > unnamed spur > Ettrema Creek > Tullyangela Creek > Puckett Pass > Pinchgut … Continue reading

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Arthur’s Canyon – unfinished business

BLUE MOUNTAINS – Waratah Ridge > unnamed spurs > Bunglebori > Jeff’s Pass > Oliver’s Campsite > Arthur’s Canyon > Bunglebori > Hailstorm Retreat – 3 & 4 March 2018 On a bushwalk a while ago, John G and I … Continue reading

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Rock hopping at high tide

CENTRAL COAST – Forresters Beach to Shelly Beach – 17 December 2017 Ordinarily, a 2.5 hour walk wouldn’t be blog-worthy, but it was “king” tide and at one sketchy spot, Trish commented that even a 2.5 hour walk with me … Continue reading

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