Kath and Graeme
Woke up to everything being frozen. It was -4 over night and the little camperina did just fine. Though I didn't want to get out of the covers. I will have to get a little heater I think for next winter to take the edge off in the mornings.
Drove to Moree today to check it out. It was a pretty cool town and had a great camping store where I found a few more items for the MKII. Possibly an aus pig stove. Very cool.
Tried to head south to Narrabri but there had been a car accident with a fatality and so the highway was closed. Made my way back the way I came about 60km and then headed south. On the map I got from the guide at the info centre it showed a camp called rocky creek glacial area. Decided to check it out and have some lunch and what I found was quite the site showing how the glaciers ground their way south. Also got to meet Kath who convienced me to stay the night as it was such a magical place, and glad I did. After a lunch I went wandering only to find Kath doing the same thing, after some gossip she introduced me to her husband Graeme and we had tea together. This turned to an excellent long conversation about art and all things. Later in the evening the clouds were doing something special so Graeme ran and grabbed me from the car to show me which turned into a few more hours of wonderful talks about life.
This to me is the most important part of this trip. Making these connections with people and becoming better from it. I even discussed this thought with Graeme and he was happy for me to have discovered this. These relationships are what makes life memorable!
Kath and Graeme were happy to give me the intel for the area so it looks like i will be busy for the next few days before I move too far. Life is great. Goodnight.
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