Another shot of Beringbooding Rock
By Judy Evans
August 14, 2019 5:10am CST
We are in Merredin caravan park tonight and tomorrow we head out to the property where a horse endurance ride is being held on the weekend. We have charged up all the camera batteries as we’re taking photos over the weekend. There is no house on the property but there is a shed and a toilet. We have our own toilet and a shower in the caravan. The stove and fridge run on gas and there is a battery which runs the lights and the water pump. Vince has also installed a heater which runs off diesel fuel so we should be quite comfortable. The weather forecast is for cold weather with the chance of some rain. We’ve had heavy rain this afternoon. I’ll add another photo from Beringbooding Rock. You can see the rock walls which were erected on the rock to channel rainwater into a big tank. Can you see the pretty white wildflowers on the left?
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• Bunbury, Australia
All the horse people are set up pretty much as we are but some are a bit more primitive. Some bring generators so they have power. And most have units that give warm water so they can wash their horses down between the 'legs' of the ride.
• United States
beautiful wild flowers! what'd be that yellow bushes'n the back, ms. judy? i don't envy y'all the cold, but 'm sure the rains're much needed. y'all're most handy 't this caravanin', so know yer well prepared fer whate'er the weather brings. thanks fer sharin' the wall part 'f this project. 'tis most interestin' the materials used 'n thought that went 'nto constructin' such.