Bulga tree-sit Diary Day 38!!
I woke up late last night, bleary eyed and slightly damp, to crawl out of bed and haphazardly tie down the tarp, drifting off again to light tapping of rain above me. When I next awoke, a soft mist was crawling over the sides of the valley and weaving through the trees below, obscuring the usual view of rolling forest hills against the now paper white sky. Thunder rumbled softly in the distance and then again louder and closer, filling the crisp air with its commanding presence.
The forest didn’t seem to mind at all, sounding as lively and cheerful as ever. Although todays plans may have to be rethought, I feel reinvigorated by this change in atmosphere, a new vantage point through which to view this special place. Sometimes rain feels like an inconvenience to dodge on your way between buildings. Today I know it as a building block of life on earth, a beacon of renewal.
Join us at the Community Camp:
Ellenborough Falls, Elands, NSW, 2429.
Directions are simple: Search for Ellenborough Falls, it’s on Tourist Route 8 if you’re coming from the Pacific Highway.
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