Walking around the Yarra Ranges National Park on Sunday, the experimenter found large amounts of both trees and water. It can be assumed that these are always in place, and not just a temporary phenomenon. Hence the hypothesis was validated. Error calculations are shown below.
(For the start of the adventure, see Part One) I woke up at 7 on Saturday morning, but in the end it’s 8 by the time we were packed and hiking out of camp. Our plan was to hike out on Crosscut Saw, and get as close to the Razor as we could – of course the plan was really to get to the Razor, but we didn’t know if we’d be able to cover that much ground. We set off on a cool morning, but once we reached Crosscut Saw, it was warming up. The morning view of Crosscut … Continue reading how not to epic – part two