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The road we took to Mt Barney was initiated by the Lion's Club in Kyogle. It is a shortcut across the mountains, following the interstate railway line and providing great views. When we got to Rathdowney we again stopped for information about the camping grounds. There was nowhere in the park where we could take the van and we weren't sure which of the private ones would suit us. Decided to go to Flanagan's bush camp after ...
... on. A really helpful Tourist Information center in Kyogle sent us to the Toonumbar National Park and a perfect camp spot on Bell's Bay on the huge Toonumbar dam. Camped just a few metres from the water on a hot humid afternoon. No facility camping but we had fantastic bird watching in the morning.
Today its the Border Ranges National Park and more birds and views. A quick visit to Kyogle which will have to get our "Friendly Town" award for helpful people. ...
Adjustment back into Aussie life with the O'Reilly's has been seamless and in a way it feels as though no time has past at all.
The day after I arrived, Ken and I decided to do a bush walk up Mt Maroon. Mt. Maroon is a 966 meter peak located in south-east Queensland's Mount Barney National Park, and which, even by Australian standards is said to be a challenging climb. ...
... have decided to
make another cooked happy hour nibbles. We made Beef meat balls with a Smokey Hickory
BBQ sauce. The happy hour nibbles were well received by our fellow club
members. We had a massive thunder storm come through the area late in the
afternoon. It was a mad scramble to ensure that all of the caravan awnings were
... We have an RV and we need to depart. We have booked in at Australian Motohomes in Newcastle for the 7th. They are aware of the situation and will proceed. Hopefully Webasto will pay.
We were so distressed on Wednesday afternoon after all of that. We sort of felt doomed or something. With heavy and not joyous hearts we packed Vincent yet again. By 9pm we were finished. Housework completed. Allan had done some fittings and fixtures. Tools packed.