Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Busy...Busy..Continues.

Anne and I have still been filling our time with lots of walking and visiting various places of interest and we have been busy everyday....
Add to that the cycling rides that I have been managing to squeeze in between everything else and with the good weather that we have been enjoying recently I would say that everything has been pretty well perfect....
We have even had various people come out and camp with us for a few days....what more could a couple of 'Old Age Travellers' want..? 
It certainly has been a good summer of full time camping......

Following on from my comments about a Cave in my last post.... since then we found an even better cave to visit....
This one was more difficult to get to..... 
Our visit required us to cross a very narrow bridge over an 80 foot gulley and scrambling up a very slippery cleft in the rocks..... Well worth it though because the cave turned out to be a real 'Grotto' of a place.....

Not only could you live in a cave like this you could even hold a party for all your friends.......
Over the scary bridge
Along the narrow and slippery cleft in the rocks
And then into this.....



5 comments:

Steve A said...

Has retirement been a lazy gig as you might have imagined beforehand?

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

What a lovely place to go to, Trevor!
I particularly love this location.
I am jealous :)

Have a Happy Time!
Peace :)

Trevor Woodford said...

*Steve A*
When I was working Steve I was busy doing lots of things that were work related...now I am retired I am just as busy but they are all things of my own choosing... that makes a big difference....

*Chandra@GreenComotion*
It was a really great place to visit Chandra...full of atmosphere.

anniebikes said...

What an interesting cave! I love how much exploring that you do. To me that that's what retirement should be all about, seeing places you've never been to on your ow timeframe.

Trevor Woodford said...

*anniebikes*
A retirement sitting at home just isn't my style Annie... For as long as I am able I will continue to experience new places and try out new things.... It's much more fun anyway...:-)