Tuesday 24th September - Rollingstone to LucindaWarm day as today we travel about 80km to Lucinda. Down to 18.3 last night and upto 30.6 today. Clive had a look at the Anderson plug today and found that it actually 'clicks' in place and that stops it falling out. Seems that we have been lucky all this time. Another rookie error. Lucinda is a bit off the beaten track as for about 5km you are passing through mangroves and there is water beside the road from the sea. The park is quite large and we aren't squashed in at all like sardines. This is the only park in town - The Lucinda Wanders Caravan Park and is a bit expensive at $40.00 per night. With no competition and no free camping they can charge what they want. It seems that every second van has a boat with it, so the fishing must be good. There is a jetty that you can fish off if you don't want to do any beach fishing. Two loads of washing done and the blog is again upto date, except for today. Clive went for a walk this morning at Rollerstone to have a look around. He followed the road and sure enough came to the 2.4m low bridge warning. This low bridge is a train bridge that crosses a creek. Once past that there is the two bridges, one a low one on the road and adjacent to it is the Bruce Highway one. As you can see from the pictures there are murals painted on the concrete girders. I wonder how many other bridges we go over have something like this that we don't even know about? The creek is only flowing very gently and the water is crystal clear. You can see all sizes of fish in there. Clive did manage to get a picture of some black fish swimming there, only because of their contrast but the others didn't work out. Some nice scenic ones of the creek.