It’s been a long long winter. I know it’s nearly over because the daphne is blooming and the daffs and the tiny grevilleas in my garden are out …
… and the wattles are zinging! by the roadsides and along the riverbank.
And we desperately need to get away for a Holiday.
But because we have no money (and I have mouse poo in my hair etc etc woe is me) it will be camping. Again.
And because I am too lazy and cobweb-ridden and busy sorting out my spice cupboard (and I should take a photograph of the stupid spice cupboard the cabinetmaker built above the stove and then you will all feel really sorry for me) to investigate on my ailing crashing computer some appropriate camping areas in Victoria, in early Spring, which will actually be warm enough for camping (oh god shoot me now) … I am asking you lot.
Echuca? Mildura? Somewhere north of the Divide? Is it warm enough up there for me to knit by a campfire without slowly going numb? Can we do it in September or should we just stay home by the fire and try to ignore the housework piling up around us?
(While you’re at it, make sure it’s a free or very cheap campsite, would you?)