Lighthouse Hotel Ulverstone
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... Rugged mountain tops, ancient temperate rain forest trees, hummocky grasses, white flowering bushes even orchids (I think). And of course there were waterfalls, two of them. Then the wildlife, well it was daylight and most of the indigenous stuff was not too obvious, except for a few birds and a lone kangaroo. We took a second path that took in Lake Lilla, and a button grass region and a stream edged with spiky ...
... for me. Thanks! BBQ farewell tea at the parents, with grandparents and brothers and sisters. So full I can't walk let alone run. Thanks everyone for the presents and well wishes. Home for last minute rush jobs and more visits with family and friends. Finally bed, where have u been, oh so tired, I'm going to miss you, sleep time. New York ...
... driver. A moment to acknowledge the wonderful parent group I've worked with all year. All have contributed their time, talent and treasure wherever possible and we have complemented each other to reach this - the first of countless amazing moments to ...
... have a swim at St Kilda beach.
Larry spent part of his childhood in Williamstown so we go there for a couple of days. Walk around his old haunts and go swimming at the beach. Williamstown is now the ' in place ' they have made a wetlands , marsh area on the old testing range for the Navy. This area was also used as a riffle range for people in Melbourne that were in the Olympics and Commonwealth games.
Changing this land ...
... out at 2pm, this time in the car, to the Interpretation Centre. We spent a little while there getting to know the interesting history of the Cradle Mountain National park and learning about the flora and fauna which makes this place so special. One being that much of the area, which is not forested, is covered in moorland button grass which covers peat formed many centuries ago when the aboriginal people repeatedly burnt certain areas to help with hunting. If a fire ...