Horizontal Waterfalls. Day 66

Easy day today as we aren’t going anywhere for the first time in two weeks, just staying here at anchor. Watched the seaplane take off after hearing the helicopter leave earlier.


Decanted 85 litres of fuel out of the bladder into the main tanks. Means we are half way through our supply which is great. Our next destination is Dog Leg Creek where we can buy more fuel so our usage is very much under control. We last bunkered in Darwin.


At sunset Talbot Bay looks like a fjord.  The tourist base that runs the high speed boats through the rapids is to the left. Balakerette and her 2 hp outboard is not what you would want to shoot those rapids in. Prof is cooking lamb chops and three veg for dinner. One of  the resident bull sharks came by for another visit.


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