WEDNESDAY 11 MAY PUNGALINA
We did the usual morning routine things, then drove out to fetch O, in the Troopy.
The coast track was beginning to seem rather familiar! It was easier to follow, even after just a few trips over it.
Met up with O just south of the Calvert River crossing, which we could barely glimpse in the distance. Next time we should get to see it!
O was pleased with his progress. He’d cleared the way to the end of his track to the north – and made it back to the ford. Apparently that section had not been as difficult as he’d feared. The final step would be to bring out the other tractor, with the slasher on, to mow the track. Then, it should only take three to four hours to drive to the end of the track, from the house.
He said he’d remove the branch that had nearly decapitated the Troopy!