Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Safari 2019 August 20th 2019

‘Warren Gorge’ Tuesday August 20th, 2019

Our camp site in Warren Gorge
Another cold night and morning. We needed our second Doona around 2.00am last night. This evening, 20th, will be very chilly as well. We are now camped in Warren Gorge. It is a pretty area with jagged cliff faces backing our camp site. It has been suggested to us to watch for Yellow-footed Rock Wallabies on these cliffs at both dusk and dawn. No luck yet!
It only took a very short time to come here from Quorn so we have had quite a lazy day. John did go for a 5km walk. I walked for only ¾ km, then returned to camp. Reading and stitching filled in the remainder of the day for me….apart from cutting JG’s hair!! Passing traffic was quite amused! 

Walking Track along the creek in the Gorge

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