Wednesday 3rd November; Nindigully to Miles via Moonie and Tara

Beautiful, beautiful day. Fishing from 6.30am pays off with a beautiful yellowbelly (golden carp) filleted and in the trailer fridge ready for supper tonight. See a young kangaroo as I head towards the showers at the Gulley. The showers have a great sign: “Please remember to switch off the light for 2 reasons,
1 To save electricity
2 Bugs like light
Frogs like bugs
Snakes like frogs.
Enjoy your shower.”

Didn’t see any snakes here, although during our evening skype board meeting with Crealy when we were at White Cliffs, David saw just a little one under the chair I’d been sitting at.

Invited to lunch by Richard and family, who keep cattle on their 6,000 acre station near Tara. We strike camp and set off towards them under the cloudless blue sky, once again listening to the twang of guitars on Outback Radio.

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