Whilst Nundle holds a great deal of charm for me, as the place where i get to meet and catch up with all the lovely women who attend the girls day in the country (GDITC).
It is also a lovely little country town with alot of other charms as well........
The whole township is surrounded by hills and it is like being nestled in a cozy little nest
(although i hear it gets pretty cold in winter)
Mount Misery restaurant, great food and a great place to catch up with friends
the mine shaft inside the Mount Misery restaurant,
Nundle wool mill http://www.nundle.info/nundle/
well worth a look and if your into knitting their wool is lovely
i have a beanie in the basket, in progress, for my youngest daughter
Odgers and McClelland, exchange store,
i LOVE shopping here they have the most gorgeous kitchenware, fine tea s and lot's of other lovely bit's and pieces. A trip to Nundle would not be complete for me without
a shopping excursion to this shop,
this year a scored some Linen tea towels, some pie weights and a wine bottle stopper, excellent for not letting the bubbles out of the Bubbly......
although a few very cheeky people in my life reckon i only go there to get a new broom......
of course it's the only way to fly........
a great place to sit and have a cuppa,
I would love to thank
ChookyBlue , Kerry, shiralee stitches, Cubby house crafts, Riley's Rambling's, Outside the square,, Sinnamon, Happy in quilting and last but definitely not least
my Family, who had to proof read and approve the first post
and my friends
Carly and Jo
for all the positive comments and the welcome to the blogland.
i commented to Peg happy in quilting that i thought this was
"the beginning of a whole new adventure"
her reply was that " i had no idea....."
so to here's to new adventures