Photo from here.My hubbie has just had holidays, mainly to work at the state titles for the little electric remote controlled cars. We managed to have a few days away at the end of them. We drove up and down the Bunya Mountains in cloud - very scary driving with little visibility. The 2 days in between were absolutely glorious- cold and crisp, but nice for a change for us coastal Queenslanders. We stayed here at Ecos, more by luck than design. We booked very late and I didn't realise just how popular the mountains are.
To say it was lovely is an understatement! It is only about 3 years old and full of really nice touches, like plunger coffee, special jam, an extensive DVD library and a reading floor lamp just perfect to stitch under.
We did four walks of various lengths. We managed to mark off several birds in our bird book. We watched 3 wedge-tailed eagles ride the thermals on the western side and stood very still while a yellow robin hopped around the trees in front of us.
I can recommend the Bunyas and Ecos for a relaxing and romantic getaway.
I spent yesterday afternoon with my little patchwork group, stitching away at the house for Gardener's Journal. I actually achieved quite a bit. I might get it done yet.
Take care everyone,