Many family groups stay at Piropiro campground, wide grassy areas, metal roads, and an area of pumice, called “ the sandpit” by little guys. Jacob and Luke were on holiday with their Poppa, and enjoyed some fun on the small quad bike. It has a safety device, a cord with a loop going over the wrist, and if you fall off, this stops the motor. Thanks Wayne, and back at home, Adam and Sophie, your turn next time maybe.
Jacob, having a great time. He rode round, until some trees in the background looked better than dry grass. . Ta so much, Jacob, great photo.
Luke waited for his turn, and really looked the part on the quad. Ta Luke, great photo.
Dogs came and went, mostly in their crates on the back of a Ute, tied onto the deck, or better still, inside a 4WD, out of the dust . Ella,a 6 year old German Shepherd, sat quietly, blending into the dry brown grass. Brown grass everywhere, even under the trees.
The birds stayed well hidden, families of quail scuttled across the grass to a shady spot down by the water pipe,too fast to get a photo.
When Debbie called with our Census Papers, on 5th March, I was further down the camping area, these stunning colours there for such a short time. Nature in perfection.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ Holidays are brightly coloured memories in the book of life”
Greetings from Jean