The quad group had been out in the desert for three days and we were due to rendezvous with the support crew in the vicinity of Thomas Bluff. This meant that the vehicles had to beat a path cross-country for some 40 kilometres to meet us. Our day began in the dunes some 40 kilometres to the north east of the RV point and we had to cross many a high dune until we reached the laterite ranges around Thomas Bluff. These weathered lateritic bluffs form caverns as they erode and we spent quite a few hours searching the many gullies for water and caves before gathering to enjoy the sunset on the bluff above our campsite.

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