We had been recommended this caravan park by Molly, as all the ones she had recommended had been good we knew this would be as well, and it was…

It was quiet, friendly, clean and even had flowers and pot plants in the shower block, a real “homey” place. The price was right at $21 for the first night and the second night free. Of course we stayed two nights and as it was weekend it suited us to stay.

Jason, Jade and me...

After setting up the van we decided to bike into the main street of Biggenden for lunch, about two km. As we biked over the railway bridge a line of 4 vehicles had to slowly follow us as they couldn’t pass. A van tooted at us, “impatient drivers” I thought, but then it pulled up in front of us at the other side of the bridge and out hopped son Jason with his daughter Jade. What a huge surprise!!

Jason was visiting some of his correspondence pupils in the area and he had no idea that we where passing through at the same time. What a coincidence. It was lovely to see them.

They could not stay for lunch with us as Jason had to be back in Brisbane. He was going to be back in about 4 hours, a distance that had taken us nearly 4 weeks the long way… 

It was almost 2pm and the lunch at the Commercial Hotel was really appreciated…

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