My favourite tree that we drive by everytime we head North. I just love it for some reason.
On a more serious note, I did accidentally let my blogging go for 3 weeks. 1 of which can be explained because I was in a wi-fi unfriendly area and to get the 'special' wi-fi it would have been $15 an hour and well clearly I just wasn't desperate enough! The other week taken off was due to why we came home early.. all my kids got sick. Let's explore this shall we, we were camping beside the ocean, enjoying sunshine & early Spring-time playing outdoors for a good 3/4 of the day and my kids got an unimaginable lurgy. Wtf people? You're doing it wrong! So yes, another week of intense vomit/poop sessions. And finally, the last week.. well the first week really.. I have no idea? Writer's block? PMS? We'll go with them.
The cutest park bunny ever! DH and I were trying to hand-feed him lettuce at night..
We went camping! It was fun! Almost. 4 kids, 1 tent and 2 parents. And not a clue as to camping with kids. We've done overnight stints here and there but nothing like this. We managed to get the tent set up in about 20 minutes though so props there. But we put it under a giant sappy tree that had some sort of fruity nut things on it and we later found fruit bats/possums? at night. This did not make for easy sleeping.. those nut things fell constantly. When we were sleeping, when we were eating, basically if we were outside the tent we were getting thumped on the head by little acorn things. Eating breakfast on the second morning, I was laughing my butt off as Katie tried to figure out what had hit her in the head when I got splodged on... possum poop! Ugh!
These buggy's were awesome! When I wasn't running in front to take photos, I was running behind pushing because DH was knackered.
The days were spent go-kart cycling, exploring, jumping pillow, rock and shell finding, swimming, shopping, walking along breakwalls, fishing etc. By nighttime the kids were exhausted, as soon as the sun went down they fell asleep and they woke with the birds in the morning (not caravan-park friendly)
The breakwall we walked along, about 5km in total we started near the grass hill and this is just under half way.
One of the tiniest light houses, I've ever seen
By the end of the walk, somebody slept for 3.5 hours..