The long and winding road.

An early start for Corey and Dave probably wasn't what they wanted after the night before. They had a 600-800 km to ride to get home in one day. We said goodbye to them, wished them good luck and watched them wobble off into the rising sun.
The sun had returned which made everyone much happier. From Bright the remaining few headed northwest to Myrtleford for a coffee and some breakfast. It's was here that we bade goodbye to Fox as well. He was continuing north and we were turning west.
A run down through some back to Mansfield revealed the storm damage of the few days before. Lots of leaves, branches and mud spread across the road.
Another coffee stop in Mansfield in the steadily clearing weather prepared us for the final run into Eildon.
The road we were going to take had not been ridden by any of us. Ant had heard about it from the owner of the caravan park in Eildon.
Not long after turning left at Jamieson the twisties began.
This road became an instant classic. There was turn after turn after turn, all around the 25-45 kmh range and they just kept going and going.
This has to rate as one of the best bike roads in Australia!
The Eildon Park is very pleasant. We camped up near the water and cooked up another huge meal. Not weight lost on this trip!
An early night was called after the shenanigans of the night before.
Tomorrow it's a short run into Marysville and the Black Spur Loop.

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