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... it seems as the water gets more plentiful, the level of facilities decrease. Wyangala Dam is a bit less than 50%, the most we have seen yet on our travels ! It also means the fish have more places to hide for Ken lol. It doesn't have the water spray parks that the kids loved so much at Copeton Dam and Lake Keepit, but a playground, with other kids, and they were satisfied. But he ...
... it is noticeable on the continual downhill run now.
We pass sheep,cows and yet more Canola, we grow a great deal of this crop in Australia now.
A hill in the distance is like a golden globe? This is a beautiful part of the state. As we come over a rise, green and gold hills are ahead and with golden wattle lining the road it looks like a piece of art.
We pass acre upon acre of that wonderful sunshine gold crop on the left and then in the distance on the right is a large ...
Sad leaving Ponto Falls, what a great camp. Five lovely days. We were the only ones here when we left, or in our area, as we drove out to the entrance there were two vans down around the bend in the river.
I don't think our cow friends wanted us to leave as they blocked the road out, one mother feeding her calf in the middle of the track.
Back onto the highway after our winding through trees on one side, the ranges on the other, we come to ...
... bell you become part of a contribution to world peace and understanding and I found this a very moving experience
At the POW Camp and Guard Tower, concrete floors and trees are some of the remnants that remain of this Camp. It is hard to imagine that this peaceful and picturesque place once housed four thousand POWs before the Breakout in 1944.
The Cowra ...
... the trees with a full shovel and everyone knows where they are going and what they are doing……..I will hold on thanks…..my kids agree.
We arrive in Hilston, a small town to refuel and stock up with food and water before we settle in Wilandra National Park tomorrow. We’ve kinda got this bug now that we only want to free camp….it’s a bit of thrill and there is a sense of freedom and abundance.
A beautiful park on a ...