Thursday 9th January - Goulburn to GundagaiTime to hit the road to Gundagai. 17.1 last night and 42.9 today. It got hot, but it's meant to be hotter tomorrow. A good run to Gundy, taking about two and a half hours. The closer we got, the hotter it got. Just north of Gundy we stopped to see the Dog on the Tuckerbox and took some photos. Not much in the souvenir shop here, so hopefully more at the Information Centre in town. On the way here we passed a wind farm and also went through Conroy's Gap,(605m above sea level), for which Bill the Bullocky makes mention of the Dog on the Tuckerbox. Clive had to sing the song, "Along The Road To Gundagai". You'd know it, if you were in Scouts or Guides.. "There's a track winding back to an old fashioned shack, Along the road to Gundagai…" During the drive at times it was very smoky, whilst others as clear as. We saw old trees on the roadside burnt, but others untouched. We are staying at the Gundagai Cabins and Tourist Park. Quite a large park with lots of cabins. If you have an ensuite site, they are all under cover. That's a first to see for us. Our spot was easy reversing into, but we are likely to be getting the sun all day as the frame faces north, so one side will get the morning and the other the afternoon sun. Sadly no shade on our spot. As it's pretty hot outside, we spent the afternoon in the van. Luckily we have been refunded our Bateman's Bay money due to the fires, but all parks do have a strict 'no refund' policy. The park here is also an evacuation centre, so last week due to the fires they were booked out, but thankfully most have gone now. Finally about 9pm a cool breeze has come through.