Well I think the title of this post pretty much say it all. Can any of you guess just may or may not be contained within this post?
If you guessed roo pics and dave trying to be funny for things contained in this post, then you'd be right mate!
If you guessed serious, thought-provoking, inspiring writing as something NOT contained within this post, then you'd be right again mate!
WP and I go to Belair National Park pretty regularly. We know the trails to go down to see loads of koalas, the places to brambling, cherry picking, herb picking, etc. Wanna know where a family of kookaburras hang out? Just ask and I'll tell.
I know where a flock of long-billed corellas congregate at sundown.
Wanna know what a yellow-tailed black cockatoo sounds like? Yep, I know.
I even know a good place to see emus, but they aren't always there.
But roos now. Roos have always been hard to spot. Well they are nocturnal, sleep in the underbrush, and we are outta there by sunset. Needless to say, we've only seen one roo there before --and that was the old blind roo that's been around the area for yonks and knows all the trails, well, blindfolded.
Getting back to the kangaroo photos...
I proudly present Skippy and his brood!
Keep in mind they do sorta blend in...
And they like to play hide-and-seek:
And it turns out it's a bloke and his sheila:
They must be starting a family cus there's a joey in her pouch
She's fairly petite compared to him. Just look at those shoulders!
We really weren't too close, this shows the distance better:
She is just sooooooo cute!
This is one certified stud of a roo:
And he's gracious too! Ladies first.
Well, time to get home and cook dinner...
Mmmmmmmmmm, roo burgers...druuu-aaaal!