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... massive project of erecting engineered walkways to preserve the trees from tourists footfalls. There are photos from almost a century ago of folk driving their cars into the massive caverns in the tree trunks. Hopefully the photos will give an idea of what I'm trying to explain! Lastly, we were amazed to see how new branches had grown from seemly fire destroyed trees which is fortunate as following a very hot Bushfire in 1936 the Tingle trees ...
... on not ending my trip in the style of Keith Richards by falling out of a tree on to my head (perhaps, since I have mentioned Keef, I should make it clear that my drink was non-alcoholic!). I could hear the rain hitting the trees now, so put the camera in a waterproof bag and got riding. After about two hundred metres, I could see it was going to get heavier, so stopped again and donned my rain jacket. Back out on the main road, it the sky was grey and was raining a lot. It ...
... really nice and knowledgeable, she helped guide us through their wines.
She told us a little about the wine region, like how it's too cold for really bold grapes, like ones that make Australia's famous Shiraz, and how she didn't understand sparkling red wine. We walked away with a couple bottles and some vino food gifts. I got a lemon and white wine sauce that was amazing. I hope to have it on my birthday cake in two months.
Then we drove ...
... Finally, a day with very little wind, and a little bit of sunshine!!! After putting some washing out, we head off to do the tourist thing. Our first little drive is round the Hilltop Road, to the Giant Tingle Tree, then onto Circular Pool, bringing us back to the west side of Walpole.
So through town again, we then head off to do the Valley of the Giants Tree Top ...
... s surf up and crashing over the rocks. We met a lovely local lady at the car park who took our photo. We then went back to the caravan park and lazed around for the rest of the day with the kangaroos. Whilst we were lazing we saw one of the most hilarious and bizarre things that we have ever seen on this trip. Whilst we had been out a new caravan had turned up which was parked near the amenities block. We watched in ...
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