Oh when them cotton balls get rotten...

Rob and I couldn’t get this song out of our heads as we are driving along the road through such places as Wee Waa, Narrabri and Moree. Rob thinks the highway should be renamed the Cotton Highway, there is so much cotton on the road sides as well as cotton on the bushes as we drive past acres and acres of cotton fields. At times it looks like you are looking at snowfields!

We had a delightful lunch in a lovely park & a few hours in Moree, before moving onto a freebie campsite just outside Moree since it was rather late... The camp site is nothing to rave about!

The next day we continued on to Boggabilla’s Elanbe Caravan Village which is just clean enough but very run down. Still it was nice to take a few hours quiet and be ready for church nice and early in Goondawindi just over the Queensland border. Again it was a friendly church and the sermon was a good one on the Samaritan woman, leaving us with the impression of making every contact count – we have the opportunity to lead them one step closer to a personal relationship to God!

We stopped for lunch at Bungunya (821) a delightful stop, where there are hot showers, toilets, BBQ and a picnic table. There is even a tiny general store across the road. Being just off the main highway, I imagine it as being slightly quieter at nights. It would be a good little place to stop overnight but our next destination was calling.

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