Friday, October 21, 2011

I'm Back!!!

This was my first camping trip that was more than one night away, since my old school camping trips. I was a little nervous to start with but I think I handled myself like a true professional. Until we saw a wild pig on a bush walk. This thing was huge, and all I could think about was that bit in the Hannibal movie where the pig ate human beings. So each time I heard a noise I would jump and scream like a girl, and Hubby would just laugh at me. I also saw my first wild Kangaroos which was really cool as I am not scared of them.
We went to wineries and dairy farms and did some amazing bush walks and mountain climbing. Over all the camping experience was 8 out of 10 and I would love to go once a year.
It's good to be back and I will try and catch up with all your blogs asap xxx







14 comments:

Vintage Sweetheart said...

Looks like you had an awesome time! The pig would of scared me too.

Miss Tallulah Porkchop said...

I would have been packing my bag at the sight of the wild rabid boar with huge fangs - seriously.

Looks so lovely and relaxing. I love nothing more than having the time to read a book in a day or two.

Welcome home.

:)

Heather, 29 Skirts said...

Looks like it was a fabulous trip! That kangaroo crossing sign is hilarious.

delia hornbook said...

awww what wonderful photo's and a little joey inside the mummy to ;-)) I would love to have seen that. So glad to hear you have had a wonderful time. dee xx

Barby said...

These pictures are so beautiful! I can't imagine how it must be to see a kangaroo in nature. :D

Gawgus things... said...

You have no idea how much I love camping - it's the only time I truly relax! Glad you're back safe and sound xxx

Claudia Moser said...

Glad you had fun, welcome back :)

daisychain said...

welcome back gorgeous! x

Claire said...

yey glad you liked it. I love camping, but then i grew up going camping with my family. Love the pic of you pushing the boulder lol

Kezzie said...

I'm so loving the rocks! How immense are they?!!! It always staggers me how many large rocks there are around (and makes me sound a sad weirdo!!!!!)

juznie said...

Great photos. A wild bush pig would have scared me senseless too!

PJ said...

Is this near stanthorpe?!

Aliya said...

These pictures are awesome!! I think I would have been afraid of that pig as well!

P.S. Received my little parcel! Thank you so much - I love the purse and the badge!!

x Aliya

Green Tea and Cupcakes said...

Hey PJ this was near Stanthorpe at Giraween NP.