It was a mild night, so I used just ONE blanket and my 'manly' nightie. I awoke around 6:15am, and got up and after we surfed the internet, finishing packing up and were on the road at 8:28am and headed towards Bundy. Our first stop was at Mount Larcom,a small village, then we continued on past Calliope, there were quite a number of 'Stop/Go' road works today along the way. Our next stop was at Mirian Vale, where we just pulled up on the main street, our last stop was at Gin Gin rest area, then we turned left and headed towards Bundy in the rain
. Not happy, Jan. We arrived at Glenlodge at 12:53pm, Brendan and Denise (owners) just happened to be out the front and walked over to welcome us. Their Caravan park is fully booked out, which is great.
Simon (the other owner and Brendan's brother) showed us to their overflow area, which suited us 'down to the ground'. I only connected the power. At 3:45pm,
Marg and I drove over to Across the Waves Sports Club
to play the pokies, drink their beer and eat their food. We drove the 4kms to the Club in the rain
, I dropped Marg at the front door in the dry, while I parked the mighty Navara and walked in the rain. Marg showed her Dicky Beach Club card and walked straight through to the pokies. Naturally, I forgot my card and had to sign in, no big deal. I asked about booking a table for 2 at 5:30pm for dinner, only to be told that they are booked out, but I should ask at the dining area, they usually can squeeze you in, which they did. While Marg played the pokies for 1.5hours (she lost), I sat and listened to the 2 guys singing and playing guitar, they were great, so as I watched them I had 2 chilled refreshers, then at 5:30pm, Marg and I had dinner, Marg had garlic prawns and I had roast pork and vegies, it was very YUMMA.
On the way back to camp, we topped up with fuel and at camp, I hitched up the fiver, because tomorrow, we plan to meet up with Luke and his family at Dicky Beach about 11am, so we have to leave about 7am and I wanted to have everything packed up tonight, so we didn't unpack much.