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.