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Yelarbon to Warwick

semi-overcast 38 °C

Friday 31st

With only about 140 Km to travel today we sort of got started on the highway towards the important small town of Inglewood enroute to Warwick. Arriving in Inglewood we decided to have one last fling at their local bakery and were not disappointed! A stroll around the small town and we were ready to keep moving.

The heavy truck traffic did not affect us as we gradually made our way from the flat landscape of many previous days and found that our faithful ute still remembered how to negotiate hills! The trees seemed to be much taller so we assumed that the soil may be better than much of the arid region soils of many previous days. The style of farming indicated that this was a more prosperous farming area.

Soon we reached the outskirts of this regional centre of Warwick and were soon set up at Kahlers Oasis CP (a spot we had used several times previously).
Mary couldn’t wait to start cleaning the van in readiness for our arrival home on Monday!! In spite of the heat and humidity. After most of her planned work had been completed we popped into town to give the ute a very much needed wash and shampoo. Looked great afterwards without the red and other dust everywhere.

A visit to the Coffee Club and a few items from Woollies and that was the day done.

Posted by psstevo 20:48 Archived in Australia

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