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077-Week 2 Bibbulmun Track 2018

Show notes

At the end of the second week I have reached Pemberton which means that 40% of the trail is done. I’m actually a day ahead of schedule but I’m not taking that for granted and now have seven days up my sleeve.

In this episode I discuss the camp infrastructure as well as my journey from Walpole to Pemberton.

Rammed earth shelter

Toilet at the rammed earth shelters

Inside of toilets at the rammed earth shelters

L shaped layout of the newer timber shelters

Older style of timber shelter, note the bunks

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