More pics of the @treetop_challenge junior adventure from today. There are 4 courses of varying difficulty, ages from 3 years. Parents are able to follow the course and encourage/watch their children.
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Today we tackled the Junior Adventure Treetops Challenge while the big boys took on the Treetops Challenge @treetop_challenge - it was AMAZING! Well worth the beautiful drive out to @thunderbirdpark
Today’s arm work out was courtesy of the Thunderegg and crystal mine at Mount Tambourine. An activity where patience is required ( not usually my strong point 🤣 ), blisters may evolve and a change of clothes may be handy if you plan to go out to lunch after. It’s one dusty exercise. Determination brings satisfaction at the end however when your bucket is examined and treasures cut to reveal the beauty hidden inside. Just like a kinder surprise without the weight gain issues.🤣🤣 So excited by my treasures. They’ve had a good wash and tomorrow I shall coat them to retain their shine.......Note picture 2 was the before cut of picture one. It’s a beauty measuring approx 20x12cm. I’m glad I persisted with a little help from @john_bucknell to dig it out. #thunderbirdpark#mounttamborine#thundereggs#crystals#geology
For the love of upside down sunsets 🙃🙃🙃🌄 I've been slowly working on incorporating inversions back into my practice after being forced to take the downtime over the last last few months. And I have to say it feels really really good to start playing again! •
@alexandra_arlesic it was great running into you on trail. Thanks for sharing my #hikerbabesorg100 4/💯with me!
Yesterday, we went on a huge hike. Like, SIX MILES huge. I don’t normally do hikes that are that huge, mind you. We were sweating and huffing and hoofing and jamming... and not once did I stop to actually take in this glorious view behind us. We took the picture at the summit (982 feet up!) but I never really stopped to take the beauty in. I think I’m guilty of that, far more than I’d like to admit, and I need to change it. I was raised in a family that stopped everything to watch a sunset, nightly. A few years back I had a long-standing habit of waking up early, just so I could watch the sunrise. I was so much better at stopping to smell the roses than I am now. The older I get, the more I realize that I get caught up in busy-ness and it somehow becomes more natural than the beauty that surrounds me. From here on out, I need to work to break that pattern. I want to see, smell, feel, and fully experience the beauty in everything around me because, as we know, tomorrow isn’t promised. So, change starts now. Here. Today. With me. Onward...