Peter, Dan and I went to Mt Bryan last weekend to attend Kym's 50th birthday celebrations on the Sunday. On the Saturday, the boys went out on sheep duty with Tom and I decided to make my own walk around the homestead. I was only out for about 2 hours and took a few pictures as I walked near the Razorback at Mt Bryan.
There are not many trees in this area and according to the original maps the country has always been grassland. The trees that you can see dotting the horizon in the 'Start' photo were planted by Peter and I on Boundary road. We actually planted a lot of trees in this area (pre-Dan) and it is nice to visit them and see how much they have grown. Thanks to those who helped at various times - Bas and Jeanine (Thomas'), Gary (Donara Road), and Ingrid (Petherton Road)- your trees look magnificent now!
We are a family who use our Sundays to discover, explore and enjoy the serenity of the world around us while getting some exercise.
We live in Semaphore, a beach-side suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. Although Adelaide and it's suburbs are quite flat, there is a range of hills that run North-South that provide for many interesting walks.
Here are some quotes that say some of what it means to us to go out bush walking.
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.
- John Muir
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