Category Archives: BWOC

Definitely “Bang for Bucks”

MT WILSON – 20 May 2019 and 9 January 2021 Pretty much every single trip I’ve gone on (well, that’s probably a slight exaggeration), I say I’m going to see everything there is to see “so I never have to … Continue reading

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Extreme Sea Caves

MUNMORAH SRA – 15 December 2020 You can plan for every contingency, and then a massive low over the East Coast of Australia causes very high swells, virtually negating the .18m low tide predicted.  The whole trip was planned around … Continue reading

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GNW Canyon – in the Watagans of all places!

HEATON STATE FOREST – 26 November 2020 There was quite a debate between Trish and me, was this a canyon, or not?  At the end of the trip we all agreed that it was a great creek walk with stunning … Continue reading

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Discovering the 1,000 year canyon

WATAGANS NP – 12 November 2020 This was a mid-week, joint MSS/BWOC trip, to check out some creeks that I’d identified as possibly having canyon-like sections (Part #5 in my “Search for Watagans Canyons” aka “there’s got to be something … Continue reading

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And you thought I didn’t know the meaning of an easy walk!

OLNEY STATE FOREST – 17 September 2020 My motivation to get out and do a fitness walk is non-existent, so I have been putting Thursday walks on the BWOC calendar.  Means that I have to do the walk, and also means … Continue reading

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