Ride to Glen Innes

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Ride to Glen Innes

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It was late May this year and Lucy was off visiting friends and family in the US. I decided it would be good to take a 7-hour day trip to Glen Innes and back on a loop of scenic countryside. Most of these are snapshots from the helmet camera.

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On the A1 motorway leaving Coffs Harbour.

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Australians don't seem to understand that "drink" is a verb, not an adjective. :)

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Twisties start North of Grafton.

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Stopping to admire the view in the Gibraltar Range National Park.

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I had to dodge cows in several places!

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Glen Innes is home of the Australian Standing Stones to honour its Celtic heritage. Sort of like Stonehenge, but in existence only since 1992.

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It's fall in Australia.

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Shadows are getting longer on the way home.

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Dreamy scenery.

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Re: Ride to Glen Innes

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Wow, such beautiful landscapes! Love the mountain view.

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Australian Standing Stones

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Here's another pic of the Standing Stones, a "360 photo" that you can drag around for a panoramic view.

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