Econo Lodge Alabaster Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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At last the rain has stopped. Every thing is very wet, but hopefully now the sun is shinning items will dry quickly. We have breakfast and a chat and watched the clouds start to form again, so pack up ready to move camp in case of rain. We take the unsealed road to Sofala and there say goodby to Alan and Kay as they head North to Muggee, on their ...
We arrived in Cowra, and went to the Japanese Gardens, as they are sign posted very well. First of all we had lunch and a cuppa and then went into the reception area. The shop was well set out, and the people very friendly. We paid our dues and were given a paper which told you which way to go, plus an audio devise to use at different locations if a person wanted more information. We ...
... him. He visited the local war museum, walked to the town for his paper and relaxed in the sun. On the second day he took a drive to Wyangala Dam but was disappointed that he would have to pay $10 to enter the park. So he turned around and came back to Cowra to play 9 holes of golf. He took some pictures on the way to the Dam as it was a very pleasant drive.
... to cook dinner for the three of us so I got started on that. The park manager, Phill, lit a beaut campfire in the open-sided camp kitchen and put on some good ole country music on vinyl. I set up the table and cooked dinner. It was delicious although I say it myself. Flathead fillets which I lightly crumbed, German-style fried potatoes and steamed vegetables. Terry and Susanne enjoyed it too. A lovely evening.
Now we are in Wiradjury Country.
Our first free night camping is fantastic. We feel lucky and free (is that a John Williamson song?) After calling in briefly to the Cowra Info Centre and meeting Sal with the hot Holden, she tips us on a place to 'go fishing and have a wine and whoops…can't drive will have to camp’ rather than be down at the road side stop over with 15 other 20 foot motor homes. Furleigh Reserve…aka The Beach to locals is north ...