Another windy night and then the rain moved in. Everything was a little damp this morning but we were still able to cook breakfast outside before breaking camp at 9.15 a.m. and travelling the approximately 200 kms to Glendambo Roadhouse in anticipation of the mixed grill at the Hotel (I had had one there about 5 years ago and it was massive so Bob was all ears)
When we arrived at the Glendambo “Resort”, the sign on the door said No Chef and No Meals, so we will have to make do with going to the roadhouse next door for dinner. We set up camp in the Caravan Park (on the traditional lands of the Kokatha people) and needed the “L” formation again as it is still blowing a quite chilly westerly wind. We’re hoping for the sun to break through this afternoon.
It’s seems strange that we had mobile service out at our camp on the side of the road and for most of the way here but Glendambo has no service at all. This makes it hard to do our COVID check ins and to keep up to date with what is happening as far as lockdowns and travel restrictions are concerned. At this stage it stills looks like we will be able to get into the Northern Territory and Western Australia without having to quarantine.