We have just hit the OTT again - so, here is the latest :-)
In This Issue:
• Old Telegraph Track This Time of the Year
• Feedback Always Welcome
OLD TELEGRAPH TRACK
We like to do the whole length of the Old Telegraph Track either early in the year, or late - not only to avoid the crowds, but also because in the middle of the season we do bits and pieces anyway, while my partner does all the recoveries :-)
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So this time was a late one (while last year was done in May), and below is the report:
Palm Creek's main exits and entrances are much the same that they have been in the last couple of years.
Ducie late in the Dry Season - very different from our report from May last year when it was the deepest crossing on the southern half :-)
North Alice - almost unnoticeable as always this time of the year :-)
Dulhunty - always the southernmost one that has water in this time of the year.
Bertie - never changes much.
Gunshot changes over the years, but this year the steep drops as well as the chicken track were still the same as last year.
Cockatoo - low water as always this time of the year.
Sailor - side crossing east of the bridge:
Scrubby - after Fruit Bat Falls:
Fun at the Canal :-)
Checking out Sam before crossing :-)
Mistake Creek low as always.
Cannibal - and Mark doesn't do the chicken tracks :-)
Cypress log bridge still much the
same as during the last 10 years.
All in all the track is obviously all dry this time of the year (driving between Cypress and Logan on the below photo).
Mark doing Logan's and again the proper old way :-)
Nolans - low enough but still has a drop that reaches the bonnet (this crossing we are
usually most familiar with during the different times of the year because it's the closest one to home and Mark gets lots of recoveries).
All the detail about every single crossing is in the Destination Guide :-)
FEEDBACK ALWAYS WELCOME
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That's all for this time - happy planning, and happy travels to those on the road!!
Have a great day :-)
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