Well it is Anzac Day as we sit in the Griffith Village Caravan Park.
We left home on the 4 April at 5:40am.
First stop was at the Newlands Bakery at Waikerie on the Sturt Highway. Could not break tradition. The breakfast was exceptional. We eventually got to Balranald which was our first end of day on the way to Wagga Wagga at around 2:20pm
We did discover the batteries in a van normally last say 5 years. Ours had lasted 6.5 years and died at approximately 7:30pm. Pitch black in a free camp, so off to sleep we had to go.
Went straight to Wagga Wagga the next day to purchase two new batteries. Then off to Yerong Creek for a few days. It was enjoyable watching the sheep in the paddock alongside the oval.
Went into the Clay Target Association Grounds Wagga Wagga on the Sunday afternoon.
I was assigned the task of being in charge of the cleaning team. Assigned myself the title of “Dunny Bunny” seeing that Easter was coming. A lot of hard work by all involved. Covid took out some of the entertainers and some of the those attending. Microphones at a previous festival were responsible for some of the performers getting it.
The entrance to the site looked familiar after a few of the motor homes arrived.
Our next door neighbours had a new puppy he was getting used to others, 11 weeks old.
Some of the ladies had made items to donate to charity
The Chief Crow is very very crafty. Prize for Breast Cancer raffle.
Could not resist buying a new tee shirt that was in Thebarton Boys Technical High school colours.
On our way to Griffith we stopped for lunch at an establishment that is run by Toby the chap that ran the coffee cart at Stone the Crows.
Settled into the Caravan village in Griffith for a couple of days.