So far it hasn’t rained in 6 weeks of travel.
Today broke that drought and at 5.30 this morning large sploshy drops of
rain started to land on the camper. These turned into frequent large sploshy
droplets and now we have rain.
Immediately the joys of camping evaporate as we are confined to a very small
space with two small children and Sunday morning cartoons for company. Seems
like a good time to update the blog…
Danelle is off washing the sheets and towels, but we may need to head to the
Laundromat to get it all dry. Days like these present a much stronger case
for having bought a caravan rather than an overgrown tent.
We will need to hang here in Kununurra until the canvas is sufficiently dry
to be able to pack it up, but it has made us wonder what it will be like in
Winter on the East Coast.
While a caravan wouldn’t be all that pleasant either in terms of space on a
rainy day, it would at least be much more rain-proof.
Is it time for a ‘mid-course’ correction?…
You shouldn’t have to worry about Queensland too much. Not unless you get here closer to Christmas. Not much rain in winter.
same as on the east coast down towards sydney… we get the majority of our rain feb – may… i think…? that what it feels like anyway.
i was thinking the same thing and wondering if it was even possible :0)