A run in the Little Desert NP while my parents (who are travelling with me) did a nature trail walk; the first 10 minutes along the Nhill-Harrow road and then onto a track into the park. This was quite sandy (and muddy or slippery in low-lying places) and quite hard work; my back and hamstring were basically OK to start but were starting to tire, so decided to cut short initial ambitions of an hour; still my longest since the hamstring issues (and first back-to-back days).
Also featuring today were Mount Arapiles (looking magnificent from below in the morning light, although a bit too misty for expansive views from the top), and a number of well-decorated silos, notably at Sheep Hills (which has no hills and, at least at present, no sheep). Also lots of very quiet small to mid-sized towns on a Sunday, with Nhill without most of its usual highway traffic given that it's just about the end of the practical road at the moment, unless you're a truck.
(Central Nhill, like central Innisfail and central Napier, has lots of buildings of about the same age - circa 1900 in Nhill's case - and for the same reason of having been flattened by a natural disaster
. For Nhill it was being the most prominent victim of probably Australia's most significant tornado outbreak, in November 1897).