ecology, hiking, kangaroos, photography, seasons, southwestern Fleurieu, trees, water
Three-year-old Asher is guest blogger for a recent hike at Deep Creek Conservation Park, on the Fleurieu’s south coast. His illustration and recount of the attempt to hike from Tappanappa Lookout to Deep Creek Cove are below. Note the echidna nosing in the yakka leaves with the Pages islands off in the distance. Also note the steepness of the track.
We went to Deep Creek. We walked down the rocks to see the beach. We saw kangaroos, one echidna, lots of birds and lots of spiky bushes. And lots of hills, some big cliffs.
Hi Asher – that’s a lovely picture. I can see the echidna’s pointy nose.
Asher says: “Thanks Desmond! Thanks for the message!”
Asher yours is the first blog I have read from a three year old. I loved it and I also loved your drawings. Thanks a million.
Asher says: Thank you!