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Gympie, Australia


We loved the state forest so much we stayed another night. Caitlin was in heaven and we were very relaxed. It rained alot and we could only do some small walks but noticed the difference between the forests we are used to and these. The forest was rain forest with lots of Stag horns and strong roots coming down from the forest canopy - very beautiful. There is also a stinging tree which when you brush it leaves a silica fine prickle which results in extreme pain which lasts for a month and is magnified when you get the area wet. Obviously we stayed away from this tree. We said goodbye to Caitlins adopted family and we moved off to Gympie for lunch.

permalink written by  michelle62 on May 27, 2007 from Gympie, Australia
from the travel blog: Travelling around Australia
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Stag horns and strong roots! Enjoy. Your botanical Knowledge is obviosly growing, compared to your Knowledge of Gordon folliage. Keep up the blogs!! Love to all from the Morgans

permalink written by  annamorgan on June 8, 2007

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4/5's of the James Family have been planning to go on a trip around Australia for a number of years. We now have the vehicle which we are having modified and we hope to leave late April 2007

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