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Thursday, 26 May 2016


THURSDAY, 26th MAY 2016

Lachlan River

Reflections in the weir

Weir and boogie board in a neverending cycle

Fluffed up zebra finch


Horses can be a problem

So can escaping picnic tables

The bowling green needs a roll and the mushrooms need picking

With the awning extended yesterday for the first time, Himself was able to christen his new LED rafter lights – they certainly lit up the awning area and made cooking the evening roast so much easier.

The rain commenced last night and continued until after lunch today; the temperature certainly dropped as well!  It has really been a good day to sit by the fire, in fact, Cat hasn’t moved from his cushion in front of the heater all day!

Not only do the managers of this caravan park provide nibbles for happy hour, either inside by the wood heater or outside around the campfire, they also provide scones, jam and cream every morning for morning tea.  We were quite happy to don our coats and head to the camp kitchen at 10.00 am.  When the rain eased for a period after lunch, we set off for a walk through the park beside the river and back along the main street.  As the afternoon rush of new arrivals commences, the weather is starting to close in again.

1 comment:

Barry's said...

Great photos of the three of you.
Since reading your blog we are going to deviate from our original route.
we were going through Bardedman, West Wyalong, Lake Cargelligo, Mount Hope.
Now we will go West Wyalong, Condobolin, Lake Cargelligo, Mount Hope Cobar. Following on from Cobar,Cunnamulla, Yowah, Quilpe, Windorah, Longreach, Barcaldine to Torrens Creek to see what condition that road is in. About 22k is dirty road all the rest is black stuff. Keep the photos coming and the road reports. Regards The Barry's