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Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!! Cannot steer or avoid obstacles or keep my balance!
Pause for jam fancies...phew, that's better.
It's exhilarating you know, all this carpe diem. I nearly started crying on the way up...twice. Just some moisture in my eyes, no actual tears rolled down my face but it was a close call. Matt's very encouraging though and we've hit the summit an hour and a half from the first bum-to-saddle touch. It took a while because I had ...
... should take us through the mountain ash forest to and through a granite boulder outcrop and back again. Indeed it is a nice walk up to the boulder outcrop, with the bare granite blocks towering some 30m high in places. The path soon takes us to a gap between two towering rocks about a meter wide. There are two large blocks wedged between the walls at the bottom and I start clambering over the first. But when I start on the second I see this little arrow ...
... on the decking and not able to cross by foot. A little off route but worthy detour and distraction from riding in the rain. It was freezing cold and I stopped several times to warm up and put my wet cold gloves on the exhaust each time to warm up - also put on my thermal underwear. Now some 40 km away - but may has well been 400 felt fatigued so slowed down and checked for road kill. Past "fast food" cutting just had to stop and take a picture - did ...
... departure we awoke to a glorious day, too late… Rod's parents had spent the last couple of nights on the Ghan as it traveled down from Darwin and we were looking forward to meeting them in Adelaide. Setting up at West Beach was ideal, not only for its coastal location but also for its proximity to the city and Glenelg.
Cleve and Eileen were spending a night in the CBD before joining us and so we joined them for a couple of drinks in ...
... pub that Annie and Bennet run. Get the maps out on the pool table and everyone joins in as to where we should be heading next. Love it.
Back on the road early but not travelling this time, we are tourists today.The gardners kindly put us up for another night, so off up Buffalo mountain (1700metres) with a 1.5km climb to the peak. Fantastic views for ...