Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Sealers Cove

A couple of weekends ago I walked out to Sealers Cove at Wilsons Promontory National Park - its a walk I have often done, but this time I was testing out a new backpack and sleeping bag.  Both worked well.

As you can see, its not a bad place to spend a few hours - although at twilight the possums were a bit of a problem to everybody.  Clearly they (thats the possums!) are used to getting food from campers - and one of them made off with my breakfast fruit bread!  I was less the impressed.  But, in hindsight its actually rather amusing!

I sat on that tree, drank a fine, camp brew coffee and watched the Sooty Oystercatchers - it was a great weekend!




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13 comments:

Lady Fi said...

That's lovely - so pristine!

Rhodesia said...

It is quite beautiful there but I had to laugh at you losing your breakfast 😉 Cheers Diane

Fun60 said...

Looks and sounds a special way to spend a weekend.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
simply beautiful! YAM xx

Marie Smith said...

It sounds perfect!

Marcia said...

Was that low tide? A lovely spot.

dee Nambiar said...

Such a beautiful place. It looks so quiet and peaceful.

This view and campers' food? Those possums are pretty lucky to live around there. :)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

It is really a beautiful place; hope you were happy with the new equipment you were testing. At least the possums didn't drink your coffee!

Emma said...

I love Sealer's Cove - beautiful! :)

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Every weekend in Nature is special (particularly because we have a shower and soft bed to return to...just me thinking out loud)

Photo Cache said...

Wow! This place is beyond beautiful.

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Adam Jones said...

It looks like a fantastic place to spend a weekend. Naughty possums.

Molly said...

What an absolutely beautiful place

Mollyx