Every Autumn I think we must go back to Bright in NE Victoria . We have had many great holidays over the past 40 years enjoying the autumn experiences of this area.
We took 4 days this week , booked into a B&B and headed south with a detour via Murrumburra in NSW ,to search a little family history . My great great grandmother Margaret Carnell is buried in this town , she was 98years old when she died and had three husbands and 10 children in her life time , what an achievement ,it is said she still rode a horse into her 90’s .
I only found this grave after a bit of research and the inscription was hard to read , but with a sheet of white paper and a pencil etched across the headstone her name was revealed , I was excited .
Next stop was Bright , we stayed a little out of town in this fantastic converted Tobacco Kiln , it had the most amazing views across the vineyards to Mt Buffalo and it was situated next to the Murray Valley Rail trail , which we were here to ride . Two days were spent riding and we covered over 60 Kms . Autumn was on full show.
Today is a rest day , maybe travel to a few winery’s and test a few Prosecco’s , have a lunch out .
Below a couple of pic of Mt Buffalo NP the summit was clouded in but it was still a picture