A warmish day forecast for 12 January, 44 degrees throughout southern NSW, so left early and kept ahead of the worst of it.
It is said to be the largest flat spot on the continent and it certainly was flat.
So when it is this flat, and treeless, the ravens have to take any spot they can get.
Griffith was very interesting with the huge plantations of grapes, citrus, nuts and more. Certainly still has a very Italian characteristic.
The Murrumbidgee Irrigation Scheme was evident for many kilometres and is even more remarkable when you see it in action than on paper.
No more ladders, so an uneventful return to Canberra.