On the Port Davey Track – post 1 of 2

A registration box is located near the start of the walk and everyone entering the track is required to write their details into a book, and then to add a further entry to show their return.  A safety precaution.

We headed up a slight incline into a quiet very wet forest (it was not raining but water was running down tree trunks) along a soft naturally mulched track.  Luscious.   20170930_124020.jpg

20170930_124148.jpgWe saw Myrtles, Laurels and Sassafras trees amongst many others.   20170930_120108.jpg

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20170930_120827.jpgAll manner of fungi and lichens grew in abundance.  20170930_124215.jpg

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20170930_121152.jpgThis dripping world was magical. 20170930_121458.jpg

20170930_120012.jpgAll the while I followed Jeanette’s boots that croaked like a frog. “I don’t know what it is,” she said “but they have made that sound since my first day of wearing them”.  We laughed.20170930_120739.jpg

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2 Responses to On the Port Davey Track – post 1 of 2

  1. Dorothy Freeman says:

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