The day before the wedding we went to Sherwood Forest <g> - so many English names here one has to laugh. What a fabulous place for a picnic and you should see the BBQ area set up for those who chose to use it, out of this world.
We headed off up a track to a waterfall, not always the best plan for us, somewhat challenging in general. The one we went to visit in Thailand nearly killed us <g>, clambering over large boulders, ducking under big branches and a path that was barely passable. This little jaunt was a lot easier and still very pretty, at points we, well maybe just me, had feeling of being some great explorer. I should quit having such a crazy imagination and try reality for a spell but that tends to be rather boring. You remember what it was like when you were a kid and could make up ideas of exploration in the wild even if you were only walking down a street. Good stuff.
|What wonderful trees, so tall and straight they seem to stretch up and meet the sky.|
It was rather late in the day and too dark to take any really good pictures but I did find a solitary lemon tree with a solitary lemon on it <g>. I guess somebody spat a pip out one day or may it was compliments of the birds.
|A lemon, a lonely lemon and no I did not pluck it from the tree <g>.|
Next stop tomorrow night should be Brisbane unless our plans change at the last minute.