Caravining in winter at a camp ground without electricity can prove to be a bit of a challenge when it comes to keeping warm.
We have recently returned from 5 days at Wrights Bridge where the overnight temperature dropped as low as 1 degree but a couple of red wines around the camp fire seemed to do the trick.
The early morning mist glistened in the trees and then cleared to beautiful blue skies.
The camping area is only about 100 metres from the Blackwood River which was gently flowing after the recent rains.
The new “wellies” came in handy.
Colourful fungi (definitely not editable) were growing on logs and in the ground.
Robin Red Breasts, Fairywrens, small yellow birds, together with Cockatoos, Kookaburras, Crows, Magpies, water birds and ducks were all in abundance.
It is a great camp – we will definitely be staying again.
Just beautiful, although it must have been pretty cold!
Only cold at night….the days were lovely.
There is nothing like a campfire! Mind easing!!
You are right…it certainly sets the scene for a great evening.