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West Wyalong to Dubbo

Thursday - 21 May 2015

We were on the road by 9:50 am and it was back to the Newell Highway. Our track took us north east through Forbes and Parkes to Dubbo. The autumn colours in Forbes and Parkes are a month or two behind those in Tassie but still enjoyable. We stopped at Forbes for a morning coffee, before visiting Woollies and BWS for essential supplies. We refuelled at Dubbo before heading NW for about 12 km to the Terramungamine Reserve - a free camp now only available for 24 hour stays because of pressure from local caravan parks. There are about 10 to 12 caravans and motorhomes set up for the night.

The weather today was mainly sunny with a maximum temperature of 19 degrees - the shorts will be out soon! The Terramungamine Reserve is home to Aboriginal grinding stones thought to be 20,000 to 30,000 years old. After we set up camp at Terramungamine we got out our new fire pot for its christening. A thunderstorm passed to the south of us, but eventually we were forced inside with heavy rain at about 6:00 pm.





Posted by TwoAces 02:51

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Hi Aces,
Some quality large photos in this post.

by chappie

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