Kim and Jenny McClymont spent New Year here at The Drip, staying in the almost finished upstairs guest room. Not only did Kim continue work on the dam he designed to slow the waterflow, trapping silt and flood debris and thus easing erosion in the gully but he also made another suggestion based on his experience in management with the NSW National Parks service.
As a result of Kim's input we are now working on a new website which will be the Standard Operating Procedures for The Drip. There is a lot of stuff going on here and having a manual like this will be so helpful, not just for us but especially for guests who are not familiar with the in s and outs of life in the country. The website will include relevant photos, maps, diagrams, plans, useful links etc.
The online manual will not be accessible to the general public but will be limited exclusively to password holders. Family and friends with access to the site will be able to update the content, contributing to the development of the operating manual and, as we now are getting more and more visitors here, people will also be able to use an online calendar to check accommodation availability and book times that they would like to stay at The Drip.