Friday, October 30, 2009

Weekend at Yangie

A long overdue post...




The long weekend in October we went camping with friends to a little place called Yangie, near Coffins Bay South Australia. Yangie is located in the Coffins Bay National Park.


A friendly Emu brought his family along to visit our camp.


Unusual tree formation at the top of the hill near our campsite.

Another visitor was this friendly Kangaroo. Our son went to the toilets, rounded the corner and there was the kangaroo, he couldn't believe his eyes. He had never come face to face with a Kangaroo before. A pleasant surprise...


And of course we got bogged on our first trip out and had to be pulled out the sand!! This spot has been renamed Phil's corner by our friends...

Lots and lots of beautiful, juicy Quandongs (wild Peach)

Sensation Bay...
Named after a tuna boat that run aground. Read more about it here


Friends...
Sheryl, Lyn and I.

There were huge sandhills along Seven Mile beach.
Great for trying out the sand board...

Old plough near the Rangers hut...

Cliff edge breaking away...
My man Phil...

The group....


Fishing off the beach...

Running across rocks

Gorgeous scenery...

A little honey eater...

Lovely clean surf and fishing beaches....
Crisp white sand....
Sleepy lizard (shingleback), made from tin...

Tunnel of love...

Some bush cricket...

Little blue wren hopping around near the camper trailer.




See why we want to move to this lovely area.


Good company, great scenery, lots of fun and laughter, what more could we ask for?



I do hope you all have a great weekend,


xTania

7 comments:

  1. Tania What a lovely area in your part of australia I can see why you would want to live there.
    Thanks for dropping by my blog I will be hanging here for a while reading.
    Have a nice weekend.

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  2. Thanks for sharing. Looks like a wonderful weekend! It's a very pretty spot.

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  3. Looks like a lovely spot, and that you had a great time.

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  4. Hi Tania,
    What sensational photos -thank you for sharing!

    I'm glad that you had such a wonderful time.
    Blessings,
    Jillian
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  5. Thanks for the 'tour' Tania. Did they catch any fish? And I love the old plough.

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  6. Lucky to be Australians, aren't we?
    We are so blessed to have this wonderful land and all it offers - free to enjoy!

    Cheers - Joolz

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  7. I just love the emu and all the photos really.

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