Spring on the Main Range of Kosciusko National Park is a great time for social gatherings. I prefer mid winter for business and the fringe season for getting out and having fun. The conditions can occasionally be a challenge, but patience is usually rewarded for those who take the time to slow down and breath the landscape in.
Pat, Dana and myself decided to head off from Thredbo and setup in Cock's Harbour to do some skiing and snowkiting. No trip would be complete without some sort of gear failure for me, and as clipped into my bindings the tail broke off in my hand. Two days of light use....I had to laugh.
Pat had me moving in minutes after some high tech repair work.
The wind was fading and by the time I had changed kites, it was all over.
|Pat on the summit of Mt Kosciusko.|
We climbed a nice lee slope and skied back down with somewhat different results. My teleskiing ability needs some work and after a spill or two I met her at the bottom, all smiles.
|Marty cranking on his Frenzy.|
The weekend was a success whichever way you look at it and with a freshly basted spirit, we headed home. Thanks for the good company again Pat.... much to look forward to.....