(tales from the birdgirl)
October 2, 2014 § 6 Comments
Trip to Yorke Peninsula (2)
The dunes were ablaze with colour.
Wildflowers bloomed everywhere.
You don’t need extravagant travel plans …
… when this is on your doorstep.
Tagged: camping, holidays, nature, spring, travel, Yorke Peninsula
Thank you Eliza 🙂
Yes! I’ve never been to Yorkes at that time of the year before and it was ridiculously stunning. If my camera hadn’t run out of battery, I would have been able to take even more wildlflower photos … x
[…] nausea and stomach upset during camping trips, I continued going camping (truly, thank goodness for my beloved Yorke Peninsula!), but, in the end, I stopped all other forms of holiday travel. I booked rash, non-refundable […]
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