We made the decision to visit family at Myrtleford, last weekend. which is at the base of the Victorian High Country, and surrounded by mountains which are snow covered in winter. It’s a beautiful part of the world, about three hours drive by car from our house, that I never tire of visiting. We had been very much looking forward to this weekend away, as it was the first time we’ve been anywhere, since Covid struck. It was a double whammy weekend, giving us the opportunity to have a few quiet days away and rare time spent with family.
We spent quite a bit of time walking the Murray to Mountains rail trail which goes through Myrtleford. Of all the rail trails that I’ve so far visited, this is my favourite. It’s very flat and easy to either walk or cycle, but the mountainous scenery make it beautiful, in all seasons.
Other highlights of the weekend were our first coffee in a cafe, and first meal in a restaurant, since February last year, when we went into self isolation. For the first time in what seems forever, we spent time browsing the local stores. It really did feel strange to have these freedoms after so long, and made me appreciate the preciousness of the freedoms we had pre covid-19.
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