Left on 26th to spend 3 nights in the Snowy Mountains High Country with my 3 sons, 1 son's partner and my granddaughter.
Heavy rain on the last part of the trip down gave way to clearer skies which allowed us to set up camp, go for a walk and spend time around the evening warming fire.
There were plenty of wildflowers, both in the woodland and on the open plains, some native and some feral. Snakes and feral horses seemed to be the main animals here. A couple of trout were caught, enough for all of us to taste. A day trip to Ravine (Lobbs Hole) gave us another fishing opportunity plus a chance for a swim for some. A scenic drive home via Tumut and Wee Jasper ended a great little break.