Today's been eventful. Started off saying goodbye to Karen and Gregor. Thanked them again for their great hospitality. Went round the Wilson Inlet and started the climb up the sandy track to Nullaki Campsite. As soon as we were on the track I saw a Tiger Snake moving out my way (thank god). It's cold so they won't move as fast out your way as yesterday. Got to the campsite and signed the book. This section I was walking with Hugh, Steve was meeting us both at Tennessee Road which was a good 15km in on the coast. Hugh shouted at me because I nearly stood on a Bobtail Lizard (they give a nasty bite and have lock jaw). Saw a couple of Ladies on the track who warned us about a snake pit further on the track (great). Managed to get to Steve unscathed. Quick bite to eat for me as I was carrying on now for the second longest bit with Steve. This section was 18km to Torbay. Me and Steve set off and gradually climbed up the incline again (seems never ending). My feet were saw and starting to hurt again. Kept on going well until Steve told me to be more careful on the track as I nearly stood on a Dugite. Steve went back and took a picture of it as it started to coil up to pounce. No further had we moved on from there I ended up jumping over a bloody massive Tiger Snake. I didn't see the dam thing till I was on top of it. This was me now nearly had enough for today. These 2 types of snakes are in the top 10 worlds venomous snakes. Your eyes become accustom to twigs and branches , so a snake just creeps up on you. This section just seemed never ending, took some amazing views in at the top of most mountains. It's great being on the coast. Every now and then you hear the waves crashing against the rocks. Eventually came to Hugh at Sandy Beach. Hugh mentioned he'd been to the pub for a pint and a meal! Great team effort there Hugh! Definitely some cracks in the friendships started these past few weeks. Got to Torbay which is on a cliff over looking the Ocean. Watched the sun set over the crest where we'd just walked. All tucked up now in my sleeping bag. All I can hear is the Ocean, feels very peaceful. Tomorrow is the last day, we are setting off early! Just gonna smash the last 30km up as quick as possible. Hopefully be celebrating in the pub with a beer by 1pm.