It was a cooler afternoon in late Spring, after so many hot days, so we hit the road!
We had a vague idea to run along the Murrumbidgee River from the village of Jugiong to wherever the end of daylight left us.
The village of Jugiong has been by-passed by the Hume Highway and is a riverside oasis of ancient eucalypts, a traditional veranda-ed pub and one of the best RV camping spots in the region.
It was a birthday and we wanted no fancy restaurants or silver service. The treat for the day was to sit, with a coffee and muffin for afternoon tea, by the banks of the majestic Murrumbidgee River.
We dreamed of another day when we would come back to fish under the pines and paddle the kayak in the gentle ripples – but today we had dirt roads to explore! We hitched the wagon and nosed across the bridge to the paddocks and river banks waiting on the other side. ♦
Weekly Photo Challenge, ‘Angular’
Photo taken 17 November 2014 with my old Canon Powershot A550
Jugiong, on the Hume Highway and on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, in southeast New South Wales, Australia
The Long Track Pantry, Riverside Dr, Jugiong http://www.longtrackpantry.com.au/