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Breakfast

Mudgee

Like us the lady I snapped at the other table found breakfast was very slow in arriving. When it did come out I was glad I hadn't ordered the big breakfast!

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  1. Looks tasty! and it's making me want to go grab a midnight snack :)

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  2. I can't eat a big breakfast. Makes me sick. This inability to eat much before noon was one of the first signs sent by the universe that I was no longer a kid.

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  3. I can't eat a big brakfast either but I wouldn't mind having this for luch, it surely looks very yummy! :-)

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  4. I like the autumn-leaves shot below even more than the bacon and aggs! And that's saying something!

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  5. Lovely shots of a country town. That's another place that I need to visit, if only for the wines.

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