Camel tracks in the desert are as common as frogs in a pond – they are everywhere if you look carefully!
During our Chugga Kurri mission through the three deserts, Great Sandy, Gibson and Tanami, we stopped to view Lake Mackay on the boarder of WA and NT. It’s the largest salt lake in Western Australia and the Northern Territory and the fourth largest in Australia and quite a remarkable site. It brightly stretches over 3,494 square kilometres, and all you see is endless white in the distance. Better yet was the camel tracks on the edge of the lake. A good sign of what we may be ahead of us as we continued on our journey. No matter how many times you see camels or just the footprints in the desert, it was always a novelty.