Today (Thursday, 21st of March) was supposed to be another day at Ariah Park. I was going to work on the battery installation in the LandCruiser. However within a short time, I discovered that the connectors I had bought in Brisbane were not suitable. A quick search on the internet found the nearest Jaycar store in Wagga Wagga. Therefore change of plan. We packed up in a hurry and headed off to Wagga Wagga. It didn’t take us long to find Jaycar, finding a parking spot suitable for car and caravan was a bit more difficult. Eventually we parked within walking distance. Getting the correct part was straightforward.
We decided to have lunch in a food court that we had passed. It was Chicken Kebabs and Cappuccino for a nice, early lunch. While in the food court, it had started raining and this was the start of a rather miserable afternoon. We headed to Burrumbuttock (CAW6, NSW #577), driving mostly in the rain.
On arrival we found a small camping area behind the local hall (built in 1914).
With the wind howling outside, I managed to get some of the cabling made up. Luckily the connectors we bought in Wagga Wagga were the right ones.