The Billabong is dry where I am but I can see a sparkle of water further down. This will do me for a night or two though. I put the awning out but that brought some wind and, as I can't get into where the ropes are stored, I wound it in again. Maybe I'll need it out in the morning.
Steve will be pleased I had a cheese and bacon pie and a coffee at the Bakery in Winton!
It's quite warm up here - 34c inside Yemmy right now. I just spoke to my daughter who is in my house at the moment and they are off to Ararat in the morning to buy some warm clothes!
I saw this big rig on the way in to the campsite. It looked huge with the slide-out out and would have a lot more room inside than Yemmy.
A bit hard to see from the pic but I can get a lot (I think 15) channels just using the little powered indoor antenna - every thing except the ABC and that's what I normally watch!
If I was staying a long time I'd put up my outside antenna but it's not worth it just for one night or maybe two
You can see how parched the ground is in this pic of my nearest neighbors
Here's Yemmy's patch of dirt!
I'm sure I heard Yemmy muttering again as we traversed the lovely smooth road into our site!