Its always a great pleasure to camp at the Old Ranger Station on the Finke River near Palm Valley. It’s a stunning location and a comfortable campsite that is easy for us to manage with water on tap, flush toilets and an undercover work area. We were graced with the company of participants who have been so often they have become our good friends. It was chilly at times and we had one extraordinary evening storm followed by a rainy night that made the next morning unusually damp and misty. It was very strange to see the palms at Palm Bend silhouetted by mist. We have had a fairly wet winter so far and everything is green and abundant, especially the buffle grass (an invasive weed) which is unfortunate. The Finke is flowing and exquisite refections abound in Palm Valley. The work produced on this camp was extraordinary in its variety and calibre as you will see if you browse the photos below. Just click any thumbnail for slideshow view.
The photos are mine (Deb’s) unless otherwise acknowledged.