Run 35:00  6.0 km (5:50 / km)
Not up to yesterday's standard and was wondering early in if much of a run was going to happen at all, but managed to get something done, even if it felt like my body would seize up with the slightest incline (so a run mostly along the Metung waterfront was good for that).
It was Clean Up Australia day and there were a few people out doing their bit. They would presumably have encountered the efforts of the person who put their dog's droppings in a plastic bag (good) and then left the bag by the side of the road (not good).
Made my way back to Melbourne via a somewhat meandering route, taking in two national parks (Mitchell River and Morwell) and the western end of the Grand Ridge Road, now all bitumen (despite what the tourist info and both the Melway and Vicroads map says; some googling suggests that it was done in 2016). Some nice scenery to be had, particularly going down to the Mitchell River, although the river itself is very brown (presumably post-bushfire runoff), and an unexpected surprise at Briagalong - hitting there at lunchtime, I expected the options to be the pub or a general store pie, but it turns out they also play host to a greenie cafe (of the vegetarian rather than vegan variety, although vegan is definitely there if you want it) and an art gallery.
And I'm somewhat sceptical of the claims on Glengarry's sign that it was founded in 1830. (For those playing at home, apart from a couple of short-lived coastal settlements, the first European settlement in Victoria was in 1834, whilst the Aborginal people have been around for a lot more than 190 years). Wikipedia says 1883 which seems more like it.