Well the winds got up about 3.30 am, by 6.30 am clouds were coming in over the range so worked in nicely that we were planing to move on today. Filled up with water, beautiful drinking water they provide here. We are heading to Elphinestone via the Nebo Rd, or Little Lizzy Rd, what wonderful country side, dry but still so much to see, along the way Jack saw Moonlight Dam Camping sign and radioed to us as to would we like to have morning tea here, of course we would, so off we go, OMG I wondered if we’d ever get there, but when we did it is lovely. very rough 4×4 drive, along a ridge and windy.
Lake Elphinestone, We camped here for two nights. Here is a drag line bucket at the entrance of the town Glendon. Amazing landscape along the way today. All these Brolgas in the paddock, what a noise they were making, they were a long way away. Going along the ridge into Moonlight Dam Camping. Old trough, was once filled by the windmill in background. Heaps of room for camping. Did star trails at Lake Elphinestone. Moonlight Dam Camping area, the Dam was only a puddle but large area when there is water. Little Lizzy Road, heading to Nebo. Going through a narrow part of Little Lizzy Road. The animals weren’t as thin as I expected. Love this shot, the way the road winds, Jack is the wee white dot at the end of the road.
Country side where we traveled today.
21st April Monday
We have had a real nice time here, but time to go so had breaky and got cleaned up, packed up and hit the road by 9 am, stopped at Taroon for morning tea and empty the toilet, fueled up. Called into Wandeon looked around had a cuppa then headed to Jackson down the Jackson Road, heading south/west now for Warrego Hwy again and back to Judd’s Lagoon. Still a few people here but plenty of room for us all. Stayed two nights and Kate and Chris had to head back home so we stayed another night.
Taroom, a stop for morning tea. Wandeon. On the road to Jackson, heading to Judds Lagoon.