It's been 200 years since Messrs Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson found a way to cross the impenetrable barrier that was the Blue Mountains and so opened up the rest of Australia for the early colonial settlers.
There have been various activites to co-incide with this bicentenary business - one of which I was at last Sunday.
It was a glorious day!
The location - at Wentworth Falls Lake was lovely.
There were lots of people.
And some really amazing stalls.
I shared a stall with buddies from The Nook Leura.
There was some delicious food (photo fail)
and nice-sounding entertainment (another photo fail)
Unfortunately the re-enactors had already passed by Wentworth Falls - it would have been cool to see them.
This is what it looked like the day they were there!
The weather was a bit different.
Photo from the Bicentenary Re-enactment - crossing of the Blue Mountains in May 2013 facebook page.