It is never nice waking up in the middle of the night to a loud clap of thunder, especially when you are camping. But, we did and survived. We also booked in to stay a few more days while it poured over most of Victoria and NSW.
The Weather Bureau forecast a nice start to Sunday, so we held on to the hope that their 'chocolate wheel' was in fine form. It was, Sunday morning was beautiful for packing up. We finally left Bendigo about 10am and started our trip towards home, through Shepparton and Benella, eventually getting on to the Hume Highway and travelling north.
The Hume is an absolute beautiful piece of divided road. Great road surface, lots of rest stops and facilities and 110km speed limit. A great way to get from A to B, but boring compared to the back roads. Our usual stop at Holbrook, was where we spent the first night of our trip 4 months ago (nearly to the day) was up to its usual standard.
With the sun shining brightly if not a tad cool (Heidi was iced up as she was not covered) as we commence our last day of this journey, we are both looking foward to getting home..
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