This month we learnt to be flexible. July was essentially a month of changing plans and sometime during a day Plan A through to Plan F may have feasibly been considered depending on the circumstances. This was our second month in the Kimberley, and apart from a couple of exceptions, we were predominantly still searching out the natural and aboriginal cultural features of this vast area. However, because of the location of The Kimberley, its position and remoteness, there is quite a lot of European and modern Australian history scattered and abandoned along this coast as well. Perhaps we can explore this further on our next visit. Enjoy Aboard Sengo July 2017. (The file is 8.3 MEG).