So, today I didn't work on the Glenorchy Flyer at all. Leanne and I went blasting off through the bush looking for aboriginal cave paintings in the area, which after a few wrong turns we found. so although, yes, again, it rained, it was a delightful day starting out at two cave painting sites, then we went to a little olive grove and had a coffee. Later we went into Hall's Gap where we descended into the gorge to McKenzie Falls. I'm thoroughly looking fat, I have so many layers of clothes on. Once down we did have to climb the 150 stairs back up. But foggy and very lovely with so much rain. Lunch at the Panther Cafe, then started home only to take another wrong turn and ended up at the Wartook Lake. Saw lots of kangaroos, a walaby and some emu. And best of all, a kookaburra, since we used to sing the 'Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree song' as children. Have posted the start of the sail henna and should plow away on it all again tomorrow.