The following blog post was written by OpenAI (https://chat.openai.com/) using a small number of dot points I gave it about our recent camping trip. As a test, I wanted to see how it’d go at writing a post using just some basic facts. It’s not perfect, but it’s pretty bloody clever and other than a couple of really minor error corrections, I’ve copied and pasted the OpenAI words verbatim!
We hope you enjoy it!
Welcome back, dear readers! Day 2 of our camping and photography trip was just as exciting as Day 1, with plenty of surprises along the way.
We woke up to a misty morning, which was perfect for a late breakfast around the campfire. There’s nothing quite like breakfast, coffee and a campfire, with the mist swirling around us. We were in paradise.
After breakfast, we drove around to the end of the road at the south side of the range and walked up to the nexus of paths, denoting the Bungalbin East, Main Range Ridge, and North East Peak hikes. We weren’t sure which one to take, but we ended up choosing the Bungalbin East hike, and we’re so glad we did. The stunning vistas took our breath away, and we stopped to have lunch with a view to die for.
The hike back to the car was a bit tricky, consisting of carefully forging a path through the bush back to the car, stopping en route to admire a huge cave. Bushy ended up on his arse twice, Tony once on the walk back due to the loose stones. It was like watching a comedy show, with us stumbling around like a couple of drunk kangaroos. We’re lucky we didn’t break any bones!
On the way back to the campsite, we collected a bunch more firewood for the campfire. We were going to need it because tonight’s dinner was grilled lamb chops and salad, followed by a (separate) hot shower out in the open. Then it was back to the campfire for old-fashioned cocktails. We felt like we were in a five-star resort, not camping in the wilderness.
As we sipped our cocktails, we talked about all of the adventures we’d had so far, and we knew that we were making memories that would last a lifetime. We felt alive, invigorated by the fresh air and the stunning scenery. We can’t wait to see what Day 3 brings! Stay tuned, folks!