|Chuggaboom 7 – The last of the Chuggabooms!|
and then we performed a u-turn and headed back to the town to see a little more. It was pretty, but unspectacular, but maybe that was our mood and perhaps we still hadn’t got over our first love, Australia. We were beginning to flag and still had to reach the campsite we had booked by phone earlier that day. We drove through a number of showers which prompted Michelle to begin to mention the weather. This is always a bad sign and should be treated like red sky in the morning. We both calmed though when we reached the Twin Pines campsite. We were given plenty of room in our berth which was beside a lake and falls and on site there was a fantastic kitchen, very clean showers, laundry room and comfortable TV lounge.