Dubbo Rsl Club Motel
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We slept in a little today probably due to being cold and sleeping like **** most of the night. It was nearly 10 before we got packed up and on the road. Destination today is Dubbo where we will be staying 3 nights in a caravan park. Arrived at 4.30 and again it was dark and Rod was still setting up. Starting to reevaluate ...
... stop. Found the most beautiful spot on the south side of Aye. A little rest area with huge big trees green grass and water running through from the Clair weir ( we think ) for irrigation. Fish n chips were terrific. Thank you Home Hill. Thumbs up from us.. On the road again and traveling along nicely. The road is a tad rough for vans just quietly. Not long till we are ...
... ok as things are little slow because of people getting visa's to travel at Christmas time. Christmas in India, just trying picture that in my mind. - said with head wobbling " I'm telling you Mr, that Jesus bloke that you are thinking is a saviour has not got a patch on the New Delhi pharmacy - you want a saviour in India then bring immodium and gastrolyte, that will really save you" The trial pack will happen Sunday - fingers crossed ! Sent from Paul Reid's ...
... none near us as it is such a large area, plenty of spots to choose from.
As we drove in on the track to our camp the cows were grazing around the area and a cow with her rather large baby was allowing it to feed from her just near the caravan.
As we had already had our main meal we were able to enjoy the fire without having to leave to cook dinner. Our camp friends took a leaf out of our book and had done the same thing.
... sampled a lot of nice wines and also had afternoon tea there to neutralise a bit! Us three girls found and visited a nice little Craft shop where I bought two nice Patchwork packs!
LIGHTENING RIDGE here we come, a place like no other so we were told and yes it is quite unique. We stayed at the OPAL CARAVAN PARK which is in town and very close to the Artesian Baths. All of us had a dip at some stage of our ...