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... have for some unknown reason died off leaving only bare branches - which look almost arm like. You are waiting for them to come to life and start moving around!
On our return to the van park we had a quick bite to eat for lunch and then did an hour or so of the Great Ocean Walk which is a walking track from Apollo Bay to the 12 Apostles a distance of around 100km...we did about 4!!
Hoping that ...
... free. Like in the US, we would be camping in our tent again and so we decided to treat ourselves to an air mattress, chairs, and a table.
Our first campsite was a bit rubbish – it was the only one that was convenient but was in the grounds of a BP Petrol Station along a motorway. There was a big grassy area to camp and there were plenty of other people about, but it turns out motorways are loud throughout the night. We did get a free ...
Although it's really warm,around 84 degrees it looks like heavy showers today, the weather changes quickly here! It poured with rain most of the day so we just had a drive up into the Otway ranges and spent the rest of the day just relaxing and ...
... that the movies I thought I had captured during the last hour of the ride along some pretty epic coastline was not recorded - ****!! At least we got lots of footage earlier in the day so I guess better to figure out these things now. All I could think about as I was racing along was how cool my kids would think the footage was of their old man kicking that road's ass!
Oh well, its in my personal memory banks at least. I'll make sure everything is working great tomorrow and ...
... the beach and the walk back up we were both puffing away. There has been a severe lack of physical activity the last couple weeks.
We left Bells Beach and saw........ a kangaroo!!!!! Amazing! It wasn't a long look but it wasn't too far away from the car. Loz said it was a tagged one, which meant it was probably someone's pet or a rehabilitated semi-tame one. It was still super exciting, our first local animal!
We kept driving up the road a little bit and visited ...