Sunday June 18

This morning got up and decided to spin the bottle, only have 3 nights so want to stay close but still get those new bras flying, and the winner was Tooraweenah. 

Decide to get off the main highway so head to Mendooran after a quick lunch stop there and drive around the streets waving to locals, I follow the sign to Tooraweenah not far out I hit gravel ( I realise then that is why the road on my map is broken) first gravel road for Groovy, it brings back memories of travelling the outback with the Rotary Club of Dubbo South Destination Outback in 2012 & 2014. 

All of a sudden a ute behind overtakes and vision of the road goes to nothing but red dust! But just keep rattling along! Listening to Sarah Head. 

Arrive at the Tooraweenah home of the quietest caravan park along the Newell. Met by hosts Sarah and Geoff, Geoff helps by directing my backing onto site, 5 mins later Sarah arrives with a hot scone with jam and cream. And says she you at daily happy hour at the fire 5pm, arrive met other nomads, Jean and John have been here 3 weeks and on the road for 10 years! Sarah then whips up a emu egg dip. Great country hospitality.