Maybe the hardest part of this trip is out of the way now. Two weeks out, I'm not missing home, or the telly, or my own bed, or having a fridge and I'm certainly not missing work. I have no second thoughts about leaving. Not yet, anyway. I've had to adapt to life on the road and so far, I think I'm okay.
There's still a lot more of the North to be traveled though. It's been something of a baptism of fire, learning how to live out of my car and dealing with the distance and the dust up here at the same time. I'm heading east from Broome tomorrow into the Kimberley proper, which will take me even further out of my comfort zone.
Five things I've learned about life on the road;
Five things I've loved;
Five things I haven't loved
I visited the Malcolm Douglas Wilderness Wildlife Park today. They let me in the enclosure to take this one.
I shoot for fun, with a Sony A7rIII, a Mavic Pro and my trusty iPhone 11.