28th January 1933 cont. - early start
towards Haasts Bluff
Next morning we again got an early start and were away
before six, but we only travelled about ten miles towards a land
mark on our course called Haasts Bluff. Most of the way now lay
across the edge of the desert plain which carried a little salt bush.
But the first part of the trip after passing through a spectacular
gorge was through a little fertile valley growing rank grass and
many desert orange trees from which we collected quite a feed.