OK, I've so much catching up to do, but we'll start with what Hubby & I saw whilst away doing more signing of documents for little brother with the bonus of seeing DD & family in their new home in Sydney. My little brother turned 70 on Feb. 1st & we had a nice luncheon at the Life after Work premises, cooked by the staff & a few of the participants who are intellectually disabled & this is where they come after finishing their working life in a Sheltered Workshop.
The adventure started with our usual drive with caravan up the Prince's Highway along the east coast of Victoria and New South Wales. Along the way we see lots, but due to having the caravan in tow, we can't always stop or travel down little dirt tracks.
We stop at Orbost fur lunch usually on banks of the Snowy River & this time we saw this little fellow.
|A water dragon.............you may have to right click to enlarge.
|I cropped this so you can see more of it.
|As we usually view it through the trees.
|The surrounding countryside of so much of our trip along the highway.
|Not the best photo as I couldn't get too near as they run off before I capture them.
|The views were great, although there was a very misty haze across the ranges.
|Down between the rocks that the lookout is set on, there was an old rusty car body.
Such a strange place to see something like this.
|The rocky plateau the lookout is set on.
|The valley with so many trees. It is all very breathtaking around this area.
|The town name sign across from the pub.
|K having a rest on a rustic bench...........beer kegs topped by scaffold boards.
|The plasma-cut commemoration silhouette beside the pub for the 2019/20 bushfires which ravaged the area.
|The signage which is hard to read as the sun was shining on it.
|The amazing rock formations on the ascent from the Endrick River.
|A lone chimney sitting in a paddock with any ruins.
|Further along a beautiful tree with another chimney peeking out from behind.
|This is another view with more of the paddock & ruins.
|4 lonely chimneys amongst the ruins which we can't see in this photo.
|There are also some very pretty trees in flower on the property, but I wan't close enough to make out what they were.
|I'm being wayward again. Watch this space.
This something I'm doing from Meadow Mist blog.
|And of course I missed the first one which was No. 6, but will try and do No. 2 which is for February.