Ananda camped with us in her swag and together we all swam, weaved with native grasses, cooked yummy food and read our books in the share of a giant river redgum.
On the way back to Alice we stopped for a swim at Ellory Creek big hole after a strong recommendation from a fellow camper at Ormiston. It didn't disappoint.
Sheer red rock in disheveled patterns resulting from a tremendous upheaval in the earths crust millions of years ago. Swimming through a gorge in chilly water in a hot day. Watching your eldest son climb to a precarious spot and give you a wave....the West Macdonnell ranges are truly one of the glories of this country.