Oh the places you’ll go, the people you’ll meet 💫 bittersweet moment driving away from The Alice today; a place like no other. I feel blessed for the experience I’ve had, the people I’ve met, and the growth I’ve had in the challenges. Excited for what’s ahead. 📍 Lake Hart (SA) – how amazing is this salt lake 😍
Thursday 16 August, 2018. Matilda and I, followed by John & Shibin headed out to Trephina Gorge. We set up camp (John’s first trip camping at 27!) and headed out for a soul smiling, blissful 13km ‘Ridgetop Walk’. It stole my heart, and I almost exploded with excitement when I saw water. I can’t believe the vast array of different landscape we travelled through. It was hot, and the boys weren’t exactly prepared, but it was thoroughly enjoyed by all. I’m thankful for the sheila who picked us up along the road and cut the 19km walk to a 13km walk, giving us a lift back to the campground
. The stars were unreal, and Tilda and I manned the campfire well. Listening to the dingos howling was so special.
Friday 17 August. The boys were up and gone early. 0630hrs early, perhaps warranting an explanation of what Aussie Camp Etiquette is. Alas, Tilda and I headed to N’Dahla to explore the short walk there. Wild Brumbies on the way in! I’ve never seen wild brumbies, despite growing up with horses all my life. We saw some pretty cool Aboriginal Rock Art, too.
Enjoy the pics xx
Our little camp site
The start of Trephina Ridgetop Walk
Like a map! So stunning
Literally a blip in the middle of nowhere
Into the ‘river’. The changing landscape was amazing
There’s water! So very happy!
Wouldn’t it be amazing to see it flood!
N’Dhala, Friday 17 August
Wild brumbies!! At N’Dhala Gorge (the drive in)
Spot the moo cow
Rock Art at N’Dhala
cannot wait to get home and show you all of my photos. Here is a preview. All from iPhone
Tonight Dad and I 4wd up to this amazing, panoramic lookout to watch the sunset. Beautiful. More to come…
Photos from iPhone