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... sign informed me that the next bit of the climb was harder and to turn back if I wasn't feeling up for it. Well. I've come this far, let's keep going! The next rungs were straight up the tree, and directly above one and other, so you were basically climbing vertically, again a different experience to a normal ladder. I wonder if anyone has ever fallen down, I thought idly. Well I did for a second or two, before getting a grip (mentally and literally) and carrying on up. Soon I ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... because the water gushing over the rocks was causing a lot of foam to be produced.
After a quick stop in Walpole we returned to Rest Point. It is really a pretty little spot. 7 pelicans were lined up along the water front when we arrived. 6 kookaburras sat on 6 fence posts at the back of our van. There is a pretty little jetty out into the water. You can really feel the serenity! ...
... of it all,pegging and repegging it (it all got soaked in a downpour while we were out anyway)
We do a 10km ride through the bush into town on the brand new section of Muddabidda trail,Georgia wobbled twice and was in tears,Jakey took about 10 stacks but kept at it til we trailgatored them and got a good pace up (never can catch Iz though!)
Much excitement from all as we stand in the guts of the Tingle Tree and the Big Tree drive leaves us with sore necks ...
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