Whenever we have a free day at the weekend we try to find a different country road to drive. We find some great views and interesting stuff on these drives. Here's some photos from last weekend. The first photo is of Lake George, which has water running into it for the first time in decades. It has a long way to go before it gets deep enough to run speedboats on it again, but we look like having a very wet winter so maybe I will actually see the lake full. It has been empty all of my lifetime. Check out earlier photos of the lake by using the search box at the top of the page. The bridges on Australian country roads are a mix of styles ranging from rickety old timber plank structures to really classy-looking steel and concrete ones. This one is across Dick's Creek on the road between Murrumbateman and Gundaroo. I like the lattice truss sides. Just a bit further along the road is a quarry with interesting coloured layers in the rocks. A good spot for a stop for drinks and nibbles for the Oldies and a tree break for this small bear.