Best Western Banjo Paterson Motor Inn
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... be riding in tomorrows Barry Sheene run.
Home to Laurence and Sue's for a night cap and off to bed for an early start. Woke at 6:00am.
Said out goodbyes to Sue and Jayden. Already looking forward to coming back with Wendy
... the front end, so I could be near people i.e. permanent residents. I said no thanks and asked if she could recommend a site up the back, as they had at Tumut, but apart for suggesting I camp near the toilet block, for convenience, she didn't have much opinion. She did say I could stay on one of the powered sites, as long as I promised not to use the power!
Anyway, I took a drive up the back and chose a spot that looked quite nice. Even if it was a 100m walk to the amenities! ...
... ozzy burgers before heading to the surf beach where Natalie lost her goggles whilst trying to surf, clarifying goggles can no longer be worn whilst surfing. She is still mourning her loss.
Back on the road beautiful country villages and mountains and vineyards lead our way as well as seeing our first eastern grey kangaroo. The villages are very small and remind us of the Wild West America. Stopping off for petrol in one, Natalie did a spot of window washing . ...
... the world I think? I believe we were around mile 5. The seagulls were interested in us so Chris went to go get a tiny dead fish he saw on the walk to our seated spot. He threw it to the birds and they all ran away! One came back to get it though.
We then started the drive. Jetting out to the coast at parts, but mostly enjoying more farm land. I don't think we'll get sick of ...
... us that there is much to learn about towing a vehicle larger than a trailer.
We pulled into Orbost caravan park that night, and took a powered site, to try out the heating!
Geoff was asleep by 5pm, warm and cosy wth very effective heating from the heating settings of air-conditioning unit - off during the night and on again in the morning...and setting at 22 degrees only.
We both needed our sleep that night ...