once i was walking here when around a corner came a totally naked man. there was no where for me to go or move to so pulled off the path a bit as best i could. he stopped right beside me and asked......pointing to his wrist "do you have the time "??
errrrrrrrrrr .....no i did not as it happened. i dont wear a watch !!!
he moved on.
that man has since moved from the area after a lot of activity ranging across a huge national park area
(so i am told)
i dont often go there by myself anymore which is a pity as it is pretty,
close enough and the dog enjoys time there
the other day i again persuaded the son to come with me and took a few photos while we were there.
they are not very good photos but are a glimpse of a piece of our neighbourhood
the overhead canopy of trees
there is a lot of dead wood waiting to burn i suspect
dog enjoying herself but obviously getting older and slower....like me
part of the track....with cars in the background at this section.
which shows that altho much of the walk makes u feel like u are
a long way from anywhere.......in fact you are not
tree roots that provide a handy set of steps
shadow of me looking down to the national park area where dogs are not allowed.
bit of bushfire and termite damage
some gum nuts
my favourite tree
about where i met the naked man
tree at the exit with interesting mould
a native flower whose name i do not know
i drag along more slowly behind