Oh a lovely lovely day

Husby and I spent a lovely couple of hours lunching with some of my favourite people at a fab little pub in the Southern Highlands of NSW (for those of you who remember the film Babe, which was made in this region, rumour has it the director, George Miller, spent a fair bit of time at this particular pub!)

I forgot to take a picture of the pub itself (d’oh! it was gorgeous! One of those English style two storey pubs covered in vines with a lovely verandah out the front, built in around the late 1800s I think).

But I did get some from the garden, looking over the hills behind the pub. No doubt at least one of my companions will post some more photos!

What a glorious glorious day. Perfect spring weather, sunny but not too hot, good pub food, excellent desserts, and fabulous company. Bliss. I really didn’t want to leave!



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9 responses to “Oh a lovely lovely day

  1. kms

    no, it did kind of whizz by! next time i will bring cake tho. thanks again for a great day and the tower-of-presents! xx

  2. Fantastic day. Wish every birthday could be as nice! Great photos RoseRed.

  3. Jan

    I don't like coming back to the city after every time of visiting friends in Southrn Highlands.

  4. That sounds like a heavenly day! Just beautiful!

  5. del

    How beautiful. I am so jealous! 🙂

  6. they just don't make pubs like that anywhere but NSw! Looks beautiful

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  8. WHat a pretty place and what nice spring photos. Nice thing about having blog friends halfway around the world is that when it's getting all cold and nasty here, I can pull up your lovely green and flowery photos!

  9. Sounds like a lovely day was had by all!

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