Through the desert-Expedition Dust day 37

My name is Brando Yelavich and I’m currently cycling self supported from the most western point to the most eastern cape across the centre of Australia to lead by example and empower others to take care of their own mental wellbeing. I decided to not put the cover on the tent last night, that ment I woke up looking up at the cloudless blue sky. Dylan was out of the tent before me this morning and had stoked up the fire to cook his breakfast. I ate a mixed berry radix meal to fuel me through until lunchtime. We packed up pretty fast and were on the road ready to go by 0830.

My bike is so wobbly and I'm still getting used to difference after moving everything around. I was in the front to begin with, I had my headphones in and was listening to my audio book. The sand dunes had a-lot more vegetation growing on them than they did when we first entered into the desert. It is beautiful out here.

Dylan and I had a few friendly debates about wether eating meat has negative effects on your health and if genetics had anything to do with it. At the end of our chat my opinion was that eating to much meat is not good for your long term health but that eating a whole tub of peanut butter every