It was very hot in Canberra, so we headed to the hills to escape the heat - it was considerably cooler up there, at 35 degrees. We wrote our route in the intentions book and set off.
|Craspedia, a genus of daisies commonly known as billy buttons or woollyheads|
It would have been perfect if it weren't for these wee fellows. Actually, they weren't particularly wee - they were massive, and they bit whenever you stopped for half a second. Thye're called March flies and it's only January. Do they get even worse in a couple of months? I'm not coming back to check.
|Yes, that says 42 degrees, back on the flat|