A spoon bill is a pretty rare find.
Built in 1939 to commemorate the early pioneers of South Australia, these impressive steps lead to a bluestone path at Rocky Bay, Port Elliot.
You can stop at different intervals, although it isn’t very taxing in either direction, and admire the beautiful views. This post is in response to Xingfumamas challenge, which gets me to notice cool places to pull up a seat.
The path is from Horseshoe Bay to Knights Beach and has stunning scenery and some secluded waterholes if you are very careful. There are strong currents and underwater rocks.
Another reason to visit Pt. Elliot.
With the advent of the telephone, this highly productive small village became unnecessary.
But with reconstruction you can visit and contemplate change while you sit.
For Xingfumama’s challenge this week.
I hope I’m in time for Xingfumama’s challenge this week. I certainly haven’t been sitting too much.
Under such a tree
And what a view
Head for Queensland, Australia.
For more “pull up a seats” see here.
This week, for Xingumama’s challenge, some of the seating in Ballarat’s Town Hall.
From our recent travels to The Grampians, in Victoria, Australia. There’s a lot of wood, but some mushrooms and waffle cones to make up a selection of seats for Xingfumama’s challenge.
For Xingfumama’s challenge, I was spoilt in the Brambuk Cultural Centre, Halls Gap.