Flinders Island Rocks

It was windy and drizzly today so after we visited our food orders at the supermarket and butcher, we rented a car and drove south and then east to visit beaches. Our car has a very cool wallaby bar to reduce damage to the vehicle, and perhaps increase the damage to a wallaby, during a likely collision.

There are two species of wallabies here and the larger ones are referred to as kangaroos. We don’t want to run into any of them. Luckily we and the wallabies made it back to the cabin unscathed.

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We are safely locked in at night so they can’t follow us and seek revenge if bad things happen. DSCN0535.JPG

On the southern coast, we saw amazing rock formations. They reminded me of photos from Easter Island but they are all naturally carved by the sea and colored with lichen.

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