Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Trevallyn Reserve

 We have been making the most of any sun we get lately, in between the rainy muddy days, we've had some mornings here and there, that have been perfect crisp Winters morning, the kind that make you want to get out and enjoy them.

So on Sunday when the sun was shining, we headed to a local reserve to collect some sticks for the fire and get some fresh air and exercise at the same time.

We left early enough in the morning so that we could still catch a few Kangaroo's hoping about and the bush was very still, the children soon found a huge fallen tree to climb on and plenty of bits and pieces to put in their own little collection bags, while I gathered some sticks.

The reserve is home to the Trevallyn Dam and with all the rain we've had about lately, it was great to see all the water pouring over.

We then found the children's favorite tree, it's really bushy on the outside but perfect for climbing when you get underneath, they spent about an hour up in the tree chatting and playing.

We then sat on one of the many tables and had a picnic lunch, there are plenty of electric bbq's in the area which I often forget about, but we will have to remember and use more often.

It was a great way to spend the morning, and to make the most of the day before the rain started again.

What are you up to these school holidays?



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