Hi I’m back, been out of action a week so now to catch up. Last night was a pretty noisy one as we camped at a intersection where trucks pull in and check their loads, but hey its a break. Chattered with a truckie, nice block, learn lots about the area chatting. I was up early this morning, sent my daughter in law a mental happy birthday, we have no coverage. We are going to Barcaldine today, that’s the plan. Here’s a few photos from along the way.Roads from Rolleston to Springsure are pretty rough at present. Got to Barcaldine 4.15 pm so was a long hot day. But fun.
Did a Infrared shot here where we had a quick stop and put fuel from jerry can into Pathy. Entrance signs into Springsure, quiet a few of the towns have these sort of sculptures, really nice. View of the hills. Then we discovered the hills have a story, They are Mt Zamia on left and Virgin Rock on right.
Wow, it was a very noisy night but tuff luck, its a free spot. Quiet cool, I was up early, and foggy. Made a cuppa and listened to the birds. Had a chat with some of the other campers, real nice people you meet on the road. Got packed up at hit the road at 9 am, fueled up across the road. We are heading for Rolleston. We had cattle on the road, black snake and road works. Very long day.
Tolderodden Regional Park, it did not say camping, but I feel you could if you needed to, toilets, shade and the Burnett River over the bank.
Other end of the Regional Park, This is just out of Eisvold. Burnett River, down from the Park. Burnett River Cattle droving.
Well woke to no frost, cloud cover and rain pending. Annex all nice and dry. Caught up with Dean and Marilyn before we left, on the road at 11.30 am. Got to Penguin and shot goat island and some rocks, then straight up to Somerset, paid at the office then up and picked a site, we are up the back, own toilet due to no one else using it, camp kitchen is great, and a paddock full of cows, just lovely oh and the ocean across the road.