About Blue Snoopy

Blue Snoopy is a 2018 Adria Altea 402PH Sports Caravan pulled by a 2012 Nissan Navara ST Dual Cab Ute.



22 February 2010 – Echuca (Vic) & Moama (NSW)

We managed until the early hours of the morning before finding the need to start the air conditioning. Whilst the weather had produced overcast skies and light rain, the temperature and humidity were still high. During the evening, “He” had thought about the issue with the satellite system and waited until it stopped raining before setting the system up again. Sure enough, after a minor change to the setting on the LNB (change -35 to +35), the system was up and running.

Today we planned to spend looking around Echuca and that is what we did.

First stop was the Holden Museum where a display of about 40 Holden vehicles is housed. This is a unique collection and one not to be missed if you visit Echuca. There was also an excellent video showing the history of the Holden vehicle.

Echuca also has an abundance of camping shops and they kept us amused for the better part of an hour. We looked around the min CBD before returning for lunch at the local Beechworth Bakery.

After another look at the historic port area, we purchased some souvenirs and then decided to return to the caravan park for a quiet afternoon. We heard the whistle of a paddle wheeler and decided to photograph it. “He” made it safely to the bank of the Murray River but “She” managed to slip whilst descending a hill and scraped her right leg from the knee to the ankle.

Next stop was a local supermarket for Detol and our evening meal.

We returned to the caravan park around 3pm, setup the satellite dish and then watched a DVD until tea time.

By the time we went to bed, there was a lovely breeze blowing and an open window adjacent to our bed ensured that the night was very comfortable.

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