to Khancoban, Australian
Alps, New South Wales.
(February 10 - 17, 2007)
A sign for Brumbies (horses) in the national park got me interested in
seeing some, but they were not around.
From left to right, Joe, Pete, Tim, Tilly and Nadine.
Our campsite at Jindabyne Holiday Caravan Park.
Our campsite at Ngarigo campground, about 10 km from Threadbo.
Cindie checking out the stream for platypuses, before the two day rain storm.
Looking down the Threadbo River, the red barked tree is a snow gum.
The Threadbo river in the morning.
A wombat hole, no we didn't see him, bummer.
Cindie at Dead Horse Gap, about 1580 m or 5240 feet.
The 2003 fire burned all the mountain ash, I doubt it will recover.
The Christmas 2006 fires burned these trees, they will recover because they are
eucalyptus or gum trees.
Geehi campground, the open space is used as a landing strip when necessary.
Our campsite at Geehi Campground, my favorite place to camp.
Fire crews are loading their trucks with water from the Geehi river to mop up a
Trout in the Geehi River.
A man fly fishing in the Geehi River near our campsite.
Cindie working on her journal at our campsite, people often wonder what I am
doing on the computer out here.
The Murray River Power Station 1.
Cindie working on the computer.
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