Friday 17th April 2015, Camden.
So much, at this stage, for sightseeing. We are rained in, and look as though it is going to continue for the duration of the remainder of our stay, so it seems we are caravan bound. We did get out and about on Wednesday with some recon trips around the area checking out lakes and national parks. We went to a lookout of lake Burragorang, Sydney’s main water supply, and was pleasantly surprised by the size of the lake. It is in a deep valley with only a fraction of the valley full of water, and spreads for a much larger area than we could see. We had hoped to go to the end of the lake where the dam is, Warragamba dam, and have a look but the rain has so far put paid to that idea.
I am not at a loss of something to do though as I have just bought myself a new digital camera, and I now have plenty of time to play with it. The old one, about eleven years old, finally broke the folding clips for the battery compartment, so it was a bit hard to work it with the batteries falling out all the time. The new one has many more features than I would ever intend using, but it was well worth it. All I need to do now is find some decent weather to go out and take some pics with it.
Sister Sue, who lives in Sydney, has been advised of our visit to the area and is to call in for a visit tomorrow.