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Bridle Track

We're back in the west over the mountains. This time on a drive along the Bridle Track which runs between Bathurst and Hill End. It's a very scenic drive beside the Turon River. About 60kms of narrow dirt track. But we pass through some farming country first. The weather was sporadic, sun alternating with light rain.


  1. Never been to this part of NSW before. I heard there are some lovely places to camp around there.

  2. I love the "rugedness" of the area. Looks like home :)

  3. So at least you got the same weather as we here on the opposite side of the globe, ;-)

    The hills are almost Tuscan.

  4. what a magical view beyond the lens~


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