Continuing from last Friday's SkyWatch, here is a little more of
the same sunrise light turning the rocks red.
This is just a little sample of the rocky road and here it had been
graded since the great rains that had all the creeks rushing and
locking down all roads to and from Arkaroola Village.
As usual, the brightest red was on the rocks supporting solar cells
and satellite dish. Ah well, only Allah is perfect . . .
I saw the light turning the hills over the ridge a bright gold but
try as I might to scramble up the hill to a vantage point, I only
managed to catch a tiny glimpse of it.
The road ahead still had some of the sunrise red but
look back and the magic seems gone. There will be more of the
glory in Friday's SkyWatch.
For those of you who commiserated with my two flat tyres, my
guardian angel stood by for both. The first one at Wirrealpa station
went down over night and the boys there fixed it for us. We ourselves
had no hope of even changing it as the oil had leaked out of our jack
and it was rendered useless. The second tyre expired as we were
checking in at Arkaroola and luckily they had a compatible tyre and
another arriving the next day. I had both damaged tyres replaced, just to
be on the safe side, so it was mainly the $800.00 that was the painful bit.
Please leave a sign of life if you can, comments always make my day.