After Native Dog flat, it was over to the Barry way, with its spectacular transition from farming land to the deep vally of the snowy river.
Half way down to Suggen Buggen, Dan stopped to take off some layers, and we noticed some tire brake marks left by a less than careful car driver, they would have been sucked unto there seat, with the clenching
Not far from the edge, and a long way to the bottom
Manditory photo of the top of the Barry way.
We booked into a great old hotel easy walking distance from the Australian War memorial, and spend the whole dsy there.
G for George, a Lancaster bomber, "a flying bomb bay" as the yanks called it.
Dan had reconditioned this rocket plane as an apprentice at the CAC, years ago.
bomber, made of ply wood.
An Australian designed and built Wirraway plane, made in the CAC in Melbourne.