On Monday we were faced with a public holiday in Canberra but across the border it was a normal working day.
Hooray Taph said. Let’s go op-shopping across the border.
So we piled into the sub-zero, and set a course for Queanbeyan. Our first stop was the Red Shield Store on Morrisett Street.
Fate seems to shine on us as we got rock-star parking outside the door. However the fate gods left us as there was nothing there that followed us home. However, they do have a good supply of 4xl and 6xl Mens S/S Shirts.
We did a short walk to the Salvos Store, and all we found there was a Country road linen shirt and a jar.
Feeling that the Frugaling gods would shine on us at our next two stops, we moved the car closer, and were rewarded with another Rock-Star Car Park.
But our luck ran out at Bargin Hunter, and we left empty handed.
We had a quick Brunch at the Central Café as we shared a Big Breakfast.
A quick visit to SpotLight for some needles, also turned up some bargain wool.
We were finished in Queanbeyan by 12, so we set course for Cooma.
Our first visit was to the Red Shield store. For the grand total of $10 we got a shirt each, a Tupperware mixing bowl, some genuine Croqs and a selection of knitting patterns.
We headed down to the Vinnies and got a Book, Shirt and knitting pattern.
We decided the day was still young, and Adaminaby was 30 minutes away. The cruise control on the Sub-Zero got us there well before closing.
It is easy to find, there is one main shopping street, and it is supporting the Snowy Mountains Museum.
We had a lovely time inside. I picked up a pair of xc-skis for $5. The Bases are shot, but I will use the bindings on another pair of skis.
Taph got a pure wool jumper, Tupperware rock and serve, Cheese knives and a cook book. All up this cost us $11.50.
We took the back road home via Namadgi national park. It is a lovely road, but don’t do it if you are in a hurry.