First stop on this trip was Junee. We checked out Junee a couple of years ago, when we stayed at Wagga, and decided to stay at Junee Top Tourist Park next time we were out this way. Well, that time has come – and here we are!
The first thing we did was catch up with Al and Vicky. Rob and Al have been chatting back and forth on the forum and by phone (as BT-50 owners) and when Al had family business out this way, he and Vicky decided to stay at the Junee park so they could meet up with us. We felt as though we’d known each other for years.
Al hailed us at the boom gate – their cabin was right next to it – and after we had finished setting up, it was Happy Hour time. (Of course.) Mind you, Happy Hour did involve half an hour of chatting about Al’s BT-50, then another half-hour chatting about Rob’s BT-50, while Vicky and I rolled our eyes, left them to it and talked about other things. Naturally the main thing we all agreed on was that we can’t get enough of caravanning.
We also caught up with Des and Liz (old Shellharbour-ites who now live in Yass) and Jan and Jeff from Queensland, happily meandering about wherever takes their fancy. (I imagine Queensland would be a good place not to be right now, after all the rain and floods. I think we headed in the right direction.)
There’s a lot more to tell you about Junee. For example, I met Miss Gypsy Whitemoon and took a photo of her amazing caravan; you can read more about that here. We also went to check out the Licorice Factory and the Roundhouse and other spots around town: that’ll be in its own post, too. And finally… our take on Junee Top Tourist Park. We’ll try to do a quick review of each place we stay.
All coming up. Right now I’ve done enough hard work for one day (yawn… the less you do, the lazier you get…) so I’ll save all that for tomorrow.