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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.


Sunset at Lloyd Jones Weir.


Fire Pot in action again.


Home made wind guard for the barbeque.


Lloyd Jones Weir in the morning sun.

Posted by TwoAces 02:09

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