That mystic Vietnam light is ridiculous. Continue reading
It’s the last day of the year and I can’t thank anyone who turns up here enough. Having people read, share or comment on KCB is awesome. Here’s a look back at a few favourite moments from the first year of keeping it boring, in no particular order.
Roughly every five years my mum’s family, the Thomson clan, has a huge reunion with long lost cousins from across Australia and this week we’re headed down to Geelong to see what the hubbub is all about. Next week I’ll be in Melbourne seeing my brothers and then camping near Eden with my dad, so expect some radio silence.
Here’s a photo of Nick being stoked on an eagle visiting us at lunch the other day to get you through. Back soon!
The Tinderry range, characterised by huge granite monoliths and dominated by Tinderry and Tinderry Twin peaks, rises abruptly from cleared and undulating hills east of Michelago. Sounds perfect for a Sunday stroll.
I didn’t realize it until we got there this time but I’d been here before, actually a string of bad luck in my early days as a camper involves the Wombeyan Caves. Although there were a few differences between this time and the last.
Katoomba sits right in the middle of the Blue Mountains, there are a tonne of daywalks and they’re right at your doorstep.