We’ve just returned from our road trip north, and over the next few weeks I’ll be posting about it. We decided early on that we wanted to take our beagle Bridie with us, and so I did quite a bit of research on dog-friendly accommodation along the New England and Pacific Highways.
After an overnight stop in Singleton, we made our way north along the New England Highway, diverting for lunch at village of Nundle. It’s a sleepy village that was previously a gold mining town. You can still fossick for gold and gems in its river, but being mid-winter it was way too cold for that. Instead, we visited the Nundle Woollen Mill, a working wool mill.
It had a good range of yarns and wool wear, as well as working pieces of wool making machinery.
I didn’t buy any yarn then, but I’m thinking about it.