Rose Gums Wilderness Retreat
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... all curated beautifully and was a pretty interesting place for both us and the children (lots of interactive displays). There was also a gorgeous gift shop that had we again had money and space in the car we could have gone a little crazy.
It felt wrong to be in the area and not stay at our favourite little camp spot so we took a little detour off the track and set up stumps at the Henrietta Creek campground again. Naturally the children and Dom had a bush bath.
... of them ones I don't know but definitely 'rainforesty' in their calls. We had a great couple of hours the other day watching platypus in the river (yes, I finally got to see some) and then yesterday was the buzz of all buzzes! We saw some (rare) tree kangaroos when we went to visit the Nerada Tea plantation. I have to say "well done" to this company, the way they have left pockets of native vegetation for ...
... this home-baking) which had spikes of rock sticking out from it, and cobwebs attached and you had to crawl through. There was a lot of, dragging your belly across the rubble cave floor, using just your hands if you couldn't quite move your feet as some of the holes were lower than a coffin. You would then pull yourself out and it would open up into an amazingly open and lovely cave which we would climb up (Joe - like a spider monkey. Me - like a baby lizard with slippery ...
... we return. Not sure if this is going to slow our travelling down for next year. Ian says he'll send a telegram. Must be off and put my chicken curry on for dinner .... Do hope all is good with you at home. Do drop us an email when you can as we would love to hear from home. Karen and Ian PS: Trish, thinking of you as you move house, hope it went well PPS: Rob, hope your knee surgery went well and you are on the road to recovery PPS: Fran, I hope you are still playing good ...
... with the RAA and visits Rosenthal Motors at Berri regularly.
Saturday July 19th - Off to Atherton and a visit to The Crystal Cave - didn't do the tour but some very nice crystals, opals and jewellery in the shop. Headed to Herberton and the historical village- $27 each to get in but the best and most extensive one we have seen.
We are headed to Cairns next and will stay a week before deciding where to head next.