Snowy Govetts Leap

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Snowy Govetts Leap

Postby johnw » Sun 12 Jul, 2015 11:10 pm

With forecast snow across the Blue Mountains today we took 5 y.o. niece for a trip there as she had never seen snow. We weren't disappointed, including being blasted by this flurry at Govetts Leap this afternoon, although the photo doesn't really do it justice. The weather was icy during our easy 2.5 km circuit walk, with the temp. dropping to 1C as we left for home.
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