Ereyesterday I stopped first at the nearby Victoria River Roadhouse for a coffee. By chance I met a couple from Tasmania who travelled all the way up the east coast, even along the old telegraph line up to Kap York. I sounded like a very adventurous journey. But their Ute was well equipped and they seemed to be pretty experienced in what they were doing. After my late morning coffee I went to the nearby boat ramp. The Victoria River was no longer flowing, hence, I could walk to the other side of the river. I just walked a few hundred metres, as there’s again a serious Bush walk all the way up the Gregory Creek. Instead I opted for the escarpment track. It’s only about one hour walk to the top of the table mountains. The views from over there are really stunning, and beside the Gregory Creek one could also see the Sulivan Creek, where the Victoria Highway is located in. The sun was really hut today, but due to a slight wind I didn’t felt that warm. Nevertheless, I got some sunburn on my arms and my nape. In Timber Creek I went to Gregory’s cairn, which was a base camp for a successful expedition in the mid 19th century. The only remains are carvings in a Boab tree, which is by the way also a sacrificed place of the indigenous people around. As it was already late afternoon I decided spontaneously to stay in Timber Creek and don’t drive any further this day, as I didn’t want to cook my dinner again during the night.