Three Geehi’s headed for the mountains for the annual Snow Picnic and to see what was happening on the cross-country snow front.
We drove out of Cooma not knowing what to expect. At Adaminaby the day changed from Sun shine and 10 Degrees to a grey day. As we entered the Kosciuszko National park we watched the car’s outside Thermometer gradually drop from 10 to 0 degrees. Our first stop was Radio Hill along the white paved road. From here two Geehi’s walked the 1.5 klm to the shelter shed.
As we walk in the light snow fall we tracked through not very deep snow, but deep enough for one soul to have skied over a few days a go. The ground was white and the trees with a cover of snow and ice. We enjoyed our picnic in the shelter shed watching the snow fall outside.
Before heading home we drove to the Lobbs Holes lookout for a great view of white. As we descended from the mountains the car’s outside Thermometer slowly climbed from 0 to 10 degrees and the sun started to reappear for the drive to Cooma.
A good day out in the mountains in what could be the start of a good cross-country ski season.