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Charleville to Lloyd Jones Weir (Barcaldine)

Sunday 4 June 2017

Another fine and sunny day.

Another long day - 400+ km, from Charleville to Barcaldine via Tambo and Blackall.

We stopped for fuel at Tambo where David had a chat to a truckie who was re-fuelling his B-Double. He was on his way from Melbourne to Townsville. David had to wait to re-fuel as he was using both bowsers to re-fuel. About $500 on each bowser. Glad that we were not paying the bill.

We arrived at Lloyd Jones Weir shortly after lunch and set up for 4 to 5 days. All the good sites were gone so we ended up in a spot under the trees without satellite access - so a few days without TV resulted.

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Sunset at Lloyd Jones Weir.

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Fire Pot in action again.

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Home made wind guard for the barbeque.

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Lloyd Jones Weir in the morning sun.

Posted by TwoAces 02:09

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