We enjoyed a walk into Sacred Canyon where there are aboriginal engravings. The canyon is relatively short at around 250 metres and it has high rock walls. The person in the photo is not a Yeti, it is me at the top of one of two dry waterfalls that you have to scramble up.
There are beautiful large red gums in the creek hat flows through the canyon making it a very attractive place.
Near the end of the canyon is a rock shelter that the aborigines used to inhabit and make time to do the engravings.
The engravings are hard to see except for the circles that represent springs. At the top right there is an engraving of a kangaroos footprint and an emus footprint. There are other engravings that do not show in the photo as they are very faint.
Today I started with scrambled eggs for breakfast on sourdough toast and Deen had sourdough toast with blood orange marmalade I made last year, it was all delicious. Later today we will drive through Bunyeroo Gorge and visit the ruins of Aroona Station.