Monday, 6 April 2015
It turned out that Lyra had negotiated herself out of walking this walk (and by default, one of her carers), so here are the rest of us posing for the official sign photograph. Jett will be explaining himself when he wakes up..
This shortish circuit walk traces the headland of Trousers Point which is in the other section of Strzelecki National Park (it's split into two different sections - the mountain we climbed on Saturday is the other part). Trousers Point has a free campground which looks like it would be a great place to camp. In fact there are lots of great looking free camping spots dotted all around the island.
The photo on the right shows Alexa with one foot on (granite) rock from the Paleozoic era, and the other foot in the Cainozoic (limestone). This made her very happy. She is a geologist.
Rocks in Fotherington Bay. Which is just a fun place to say out loud. Fotherington. Fotherington. Ha!
Views to the north and Some very red fungi on a log.
and Alexa admiring the views back at Trousers Point when we were finished. A cracker walk.