Wednesday, 10 May 2000

day ninety-five: a long day

Awoke at 5.30am, my alarm had not been reset, and Monika thought it was later, so rose to get a cup of tea. She wasn't too impressed when she found out!

We were back into the well oiled routine of breaking camp, before heading to Derby. After a visit to the Boab Prison Tree, and Royal Flying Doctor Service, we arrived around lunchtime. I slept through lunch, having eaten at a roadhouse.

The afternoon leg saw us drive through Fitzroy Crossing and further for our camp.We pulled up near to the highway and set up camp.

Later, Eddie took Monika, Nicki and I for a walk after the excruciating pain of the didgeridoo, once more. That said, Monika was quite good! the walk was disappointing, nothing to see, so we all returned to camp and went to bed.