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... We had to be on the look out constantly so as not to hit anything.
We hiked, climbed and trekked our way through a few parts of the Grampians. It was glorious weather - sunny and warm throughout the day. Just very cold at night.
Due to the amount of burning that has occurred throughout the years through the forests, there are some areas that look almost creepy - ...
... s astonishing, beautiful. Trees adorn the view to the horizon.
We make our way to the bottom, passing a wallaby tucked into the bushes, then head back to the bus. Heading then down the hill to the cultural center. We are then back on the road and head on the road to lunch. The location is Tower hill national park. It's as normal a park as you can imagine, big picnic tables, undercover BBQ's, lots of open space, trees, except that a couple of Emu's patrol the park. We enjoy ...
... in the park and a pretty cool one at that.
Unfortunately for us, we didn't expect to drink so much water so the last hour of the hike was done waterless. It was along the river valley, which I expected to be pretty cruisey, but was actually quite up and down along the river's edge. Needless to say, we were pretty happy when we popped out the other side back at Agnes' Grave and were able to buy a large cold coke! Total hike time 4.5 hours.
... again in Brisbane at a TAGteach workshop in July. (TAGteach is clicker training for people and is fabulous. It's used to train athletes, dancers, people with disabilities ... any and all physical/motor skills can be easily taught. Here’s another link for anyone interested: http://tagteach.com/ My goodness, this entry has become an interactive & very busy blog!)
We made a pit stop passing through Moyston where we found a memorial ...
... Coonabarabran BlazeAider
then down to Bendigo to visit wonderful family members of Sandra's before going into Horsham to empty the loo & fill with water before making it to the camp.
1500kms is way to far to drive in such a short time, not planning that in the foreseeable future,