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Old 10-31-2012, 02:05 AM   #9
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Now that the vast majority of the traffic had gone, it was retraceing our footsteps up to Omeo, then off along the Limestone road into the Alpine Nation Park, with the plan being to camp at native dog flat camping area.

Caught up with a couple from WA, whose goal was Jindabyne that evening.


They don't like wild dogs up this way.


There was lots of evidence of the floods and high winds the area had suffered.


Native dog flat camping ground.




Lots of wild Horses in the area, the stallions leave piles of dung on the road, that other stallions then add to, is an horsy pissing competition.
There is a small one here.



knarled old man snow gum.


I elected to hammock up.


Had some locals visit


This camp is on the national equestrian trail, and so is set up for horse camping, segregated from the rest of use.


Nice big area, has the look of a frost hollow to me, like Bentley plains of a week or so ago.


A fine meal of cryovac lamb shanks and rissotto was had.

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