so off we went...heading for Lake Eyre (North).. both pretty excited about what the afternoon might bring.. whole lot of open-ness out here... . . . almost at camp... forget the name of the camp... but i know where it is the camp was a real suprise... little oasis in the middle of nowhere... of course just as we started setting up an almighty dust storm blew thru..:eek1 Phil didnt like it much but anyway, we survived the dust storm, and had tents set-up... still had an hour or 2 before sunset, so i convinced Phil we should head out to Lake Eyre 'now' rather than in the morning..so we could see sunset there.. also meant we'd be leaving first thing in the morning rather than mid arvo tomorrow...giving us more time in the Flinders... Phil didnt need much convincing to go riding ... so off again with 'lighter' bikes to the lake.... Phil was loving the lighter bike and was gone... but i caught up to him when we hit the lake (well the south end of the channel that joins the north and south lakes..) the track turned north and started getting fairly sandy... the Garmin couldnt work out where we were but that didnt stop us from storming on thru the sand . . how cool is this place! and then we were there we walked out onto the (dry) lake and waited for sunset.. bloody magic place... . . . . . . . . . . . . . so the sun had set, we'd ticked off 'sit on Lake Eyre and watch the sun set' from the list of things to do in life Then Phil pointed out that we had to ride back to camp (about 80kms) in the dark one last pic and we were off! .