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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Thursday 13 December 2007 (Day View)
13.12.2007 – Thursday 13 December – Mount Field
- • With 2026 kilometres done, we are at Mount Field National Park. We had a late start; both poles snapping on the useless joke Kmart call a tent. Bronwen drove to Great Lakes, with me driving the latter half, then on to the Waddamana Power Station Museum via unsealed roads, before heading to Bothwell where a bakery had very good cream filled apple turnovers.
- • From Bothwell I drove, back on sealed roads, to Mount Field National Park, through fields of hops.
- • We fixed the tent poles by sacrificing the third pole, set up camp ($8 per person), and had dinner. I managed to find a platypus, which swam only a few feet from me.
- • Just before bed, we walked up to Russell Falls and saw some glow worms.