Kayaking on the Barmah Lake.
About an hour west of our farm, down the Murray River is the Barmah National Park. Together with the adjoining Millewa Forest it forms the largest River Red Gum forest in the world. The Barmah Lake is a Ramsar-listed wetland, a haven for waterbirds & a wonderful place to spend the afternoon kayaking (after raking hay in the morning of course).
Enjoy the relaxing times after all that work!ReplyDelete
A peaceful way to spend the day.ReplyDelete
Nice fun photo.ReplyDelete
Some well deserved fun!ReplyDelete
Lovely to see that you get time to relax.ReplyDelete
I will have to put this national Park on my ever growing 'to do' list.
Having great fun on the water and well deserved.ReplyDelete
I'm a tad envious I have to say (of the kayaking, not the raking!).ReplyDelete
It was fun to see another part of your world!ReplyDelete
I would love to spend time there filming the birds. DianeReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to spending some time kayaking this summer. Only made it out once last year.ReplyDelete