Had a quick bladder break at Nelligen and that gave me the 15km or so to decide on Fish and Chips at the Boat-shed or a burger at Malua Bay. Fish and Chips won and it was a good choice! We rode without the Jacket's Gortex liner and that was also a good choice but I think tomorrow, I might remove the pant's liner as well. Helmet and Fairing make for a quieter ride which is great.
After lunch, I wanted to head toward Moruya Airport and a Geocache I had done the groundwork for discovering. The burnt out forest's near Malua Bay still look sad though they are greening up. Nearing the airport, I put Storm into "Enduro" mode for the ride along the dirt track - Enduro mode backs off the throttle response, desensitises the ABS and does some electro-trickery with the suspension. We both survived and the Geocache was in the first place I looked. A quick squizz at the Ocean was required, then we headed into down-town Moruya and marveled at the small town's traffic jam.
Refueled at the Bay and then it was back up the Clyde - going up is more fun than coming down and the bike handled superbly. By the time I got to Bungendore, I was beginning to ache a bit so I parked at the lovely old train station, took some Pics then headed back to Canberra via Mac's Reef Rd. Cruise Control on the highway is great and allows me to rest the wrists. All up, about 370 km and I think I will sleep soundly tonight - I'll work on the GoPro footage tomorrow, if it is any good !