Awoke with a big double rainbow over the tent.
Found it hard to move the limbs even after the longest sleep in living memory.
Blisters: don’t look much better, might have expanded.
If it was supposed to reach 38º I’m sure it dropped a few degrees short, in a few spots there was a nice breeze, I’m not complaining.
I would describe my walk as a trudge, however, 14 days’ food, less one, is a fair weight, the pack a brick rather than that back hugging, tapering job I was contemplating back at the Lone Dingo camping store in Alice.
Only 10 km today, but, as usual, there were a few diversions: I headed up Wallaby Gap, no wallabies spotted, and to the narrower Scorpion Pool, no scorpions seen, actually not much of a pool either.
Nice walking but lugging this load I’m taking my time.
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