Friday, July 3, 2015


Princes Rock
One of the best parts, for me, of this all is the people around the country that I am getting to know online and sometimes to meet in person. 

I had exchanged a lot of emails with Christina Bullivant from New South Wales Parks as she made it all happen up there and at the Congress was lucky enough to actually meet her briefly. So this week I sent her one of "What's Cooking?" emails.

As you might remember there are three TrailRiders in New South Wales and recently she combined staff training in Kamay-Botany Bay National Park with meeting a user of the TrailRider there who had been a keen bush walker until chronic fatigue halted her. She was in tears at being out there again after such a long time.,.

Next stop was the Blue Mountains to assess some tracks there and the photos are from there.

Looks like a great spot to be TrailRiding!


  1. So good to see the TrailRider out and about in our beautiful natural Australian landscapes where all of us need to be at regular intervals in our lives.

  2. I remember being there at Seven Sisters with you and reflecting to each other about how well the TrailRider would look in those wonderful surroundings


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