Did I really write that prompt? Apologies, but let us carry on because there are only ten days to go and I will have blogged every day in May. Ha - that's a journey right there, my blog everyday in May journey. But that one is not finished.
This weekend I had to work on Saturday so that left Sunday as a free family day.
We took off to another National Park area for what was meant to be a 20 minute walk. It wasn't, it never is, but it was really fun.
We walked down the big hill to take a look at the Organ Pipes, they are just rocks but they are pretty good rocks. There is a picnic area down there but this log has a much better viewing spot.
We walked along the river until we got to the Rosette Rock.
Do you see the rosette?
Nature is fab.
After the Rosette Rock is the Tessellated Pavement.
Here you are meant to turn around and walk back the way you came. Unless you are Mr H.
He saw the sign that said
And then he said, "Let's go this way."
I was hesitant but Popps was already way out of my view.
Immy had been busy picking bunches of clover, because she had become 'Queen of Clover' and was required to hold a bunch of clover at all times.
Moments later (
But the view, the view. Always worth it for the view.
The photos don't show the steepness, but note the trees are down there, that is the other side of the river. Straight down is where we had come from.
When we got to the top and I was trying to take a photo of the view, Immy jumped in my way and it was then I realised that she had made it up the entire track still carrying her bouquet of clover. I don't think she lost a single one as she scrambled over those rocks one handed.
Do you take your kids out for a walk in nature much?
You should. You won't believe what you might get out of it and how great you will all feel afterwards. Also, it won't cost you a thing.