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Yesterday we went on an 8K bushwalk up to the top of the Mountains to a hidden granite boulder cave Roy found while bushwalking about a year back with ancient aboriginal paintings, it was so beautiful to witness a piece of aboriginal history that hasnt been made a tourist attraction, and the views out of the cave were epic, as we approached the cave I was half expecting to get a feeling telling me to leave or making me feel that we were unwelcome ( in which case I would have left ) but it felt very calm and welcoming, id love to show photos but I feel it wasnt my right to go there and take photos of something so sacred, so i left my camera behind. Then past the caves a little bit was an epic lookout on top of the mountain, wish I had my camera with me for that. After the trek back down the mountain, we drove to Davies creek and swam at the top of the falls before going home for a BBQ, some pool, music and Glow worms, when we went to see the glow-worms we got an even better surprise, hundreds of fireflies were flying and flashing in the treetops, it was fucking magical!
It’s true that animals always try communicating with humans but we are often not listening. This journey of a panther who was abused in the past is so inspiring and touching at the same time. The soul energy exists in all humans and animals, and when aligned on the same level is where the magic…
I have been blessed with the best life - No.. actually I have been blessed with the best opportunities and influences in life to create the best life for myself. ♥
Friday 7th of March 2014- We started climbing the largest free standing Natural Pyramid in the world at 5am to watch the sunrise, the track only gets maintained once a year, so in the darkness bearzy lead us off track and we got lost on this mountain (lucky we are all quite confident in the bush and navigating our way up the ridge and back to the track at the top wasnt a hard task- apart from pushing through the bush and climbing up slippery wet granite boulders) anyway It was worth it, more fun then the actual track.. a proper exploration adventure, we found a nice clearing of granite boulder and sat at the top and watched the end of the sunrise from there. Once we got back to the track and walked a bit further, we could see the top of the mountain and it was still a hell of a mission, so when a big raincloud came straight towards us - and level with us (as we were a few hundred metres above sea level) we decided it would be best to leave the trek for another day and made our way back down the mountain.
Once we got back to the car the rain had stopped and we decided a swim was on the cards so we headed off to Behana gorge - awesome place. fucking freezing water!