The last walk of the year started with the weather looking threatening, but it stayed dry and cleared into a warm sunny afternoon. We started at Caveat, crossed Woolshed creek and rambled through some attractive bush with lots of dogwood in flower. Lunch was at the ruins of Moore's hut, beside which was one very tall and one very short cactus, both looking unhealthy after being dam-aged by deer. Exploring in a gully, Izzy and Michael found what must be the World's Largest Wombat hole. The afternoon was through a mixture of pleasant shady bush and open fields, ending up at the Lades in time for after-noon tea. It was good to be led once again by someone who knew the district and the history – thanks Andrew. We look forward to more next year.