Wednesday 21 April 2021
Photos courtesy of Donna and Mary
Bob “Sarge” Thurbon led twelve walkers on a very pleasant hike in the Moruya State Forest west of Turlinjah. This area was spared by the bushfires of 2020 and we enjoyed hiking along old logging roads. Many of the roads have not been used in decades and we had to navigate around fallen trees. Bob had a few surprises for us when the logging roads ended and we had to ‘bush bash’ to the next road. Fortunately this is an area of open woodland forest so our Easy/Medium walkers had no difficulty getting through. A measure of a walk getting tough is when conversation stops and hard breathing starts. This group had no problems maintaining constant chatter and all agreed it was a very enjoyable 8km walk.