HEADING WEST

HEADING WEST
We wound our way up over the mountains, across the Atherton Tablelands and west to a waterhole on the other side of Georgetown. It felt good to leave the busyness of the coast and head inland. The smell of dust and dry grass in the night air is something else. We followed a rough track down beside a creek and found this amazing waterhole – camped the night and headed off early in the morning.

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We wound our way up over the mountains, across the Atherton Tablelands and west to a waterhole on the other side of Georgetown. It felt good to leave the busyness of the coast and head inland. The smell of dust and dry grass in the night air is something else. We followed a rough track down beside a creek and found this amazing waterhole – camped the night and headed off early in the morning.

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