We wake up to a still morning. It’s a bit chilly in the van, but it really nice out in the sun. As we breakfast, we can see at least two other groups are packing up. It’s such a nice spot we decide to stay for another night. After all we trying to slow down the pace a bit on this trip. I suggest we leave the van, and drive up to the dam wall. The wall is about 15-20km back towards Tumut.Continue reading “Day 2 – Blowering Dam Loop”
As this is meant to be a relaxed getaway with no real plan, we decide to pack up slowly on Saturday and get away on Sunday morning. So, Sunday we’re up at 7 and we hit the road south by about 9am. The traffic is light and we make pretty good time. A quick stop at the Yass service centre for fuel and we arrive in Tumut around 2.
We duck into the Tourist information centre. They don’t have loads of info, but to confirm a visit to the Yarrangobilly Caves would be in order. They also advise that one of the roads in the national park will be closed till the weekend. I had thought about taking it next week, but they suggested taking a van over it might not be a good idea. There are a few roads down here that seem to be limited like that.Continue reading “Day 1 – Home to Tumut”
I took the van away for a week while I was working out in western NSW a month or so back. As it was pretty cold and as the AC is not great at heating, I needed to get a fan heater. This worked a treat and kept the van nice and warm.Continue reading “Diesel Heater”