Two weeks ago, I left work, and after a short detour to Patchwork with Gail B in Bayswater to pick up some fabric for a bag I am making, I headed off to Halls Gap in the Grampians for a weekend of textile art fun. This was my second trip to Halls Gap for this event. The last time I went was two years ago, not long after Black Saturday. So you can imagine my disbelief when, in January, I heard that Halls Gap had been impacted by a flash flood!
After several hours of driving, through places like Beaufort, I finally arrived at my destination. The log cabins hotel in Halls Gap. I had stayed there two years ago, and it was such a pleasant experience that this was my first choice for accommodation when I decided to go back.
I arrived at my cabin, to the welcome of some of the local population of kangaroos.
Each night the Roos came as close as the doors of the cabin. On the Saturday night one coughed right outside my window, giving me a lovely fright! LOL.
Halls Gap is a beautiful place to visit. I hope to be able to return sometime this year with the kids and DH.
Later, when I have played with the images, I will write some more about what I was doing in Halls Gap.
Until next time,