Exploring Kanangra-Boyd and Blue Mountains National Parks on Good Friday

I spent all of Good Friday in nature (and the car!), with my first trip to Kanangra-Boyd National Park (Kanangra Walls and Kalang Falls via Jenolan Caves) to see my man off on a hike. After dropping him off I drove back to the Blue Mountains to explore Hargraves Lookout, Perry’s Lookdown and the Wind-Eroded Cave and have a chat with Perry’s Lookdown about how we’re going to be friends from now on. We’ll see how I respond to the walk in future. I was then unexpectedly called back to Kanangra Walls to pick up two tired hikers and got to see the Walls just before sunset and it was spectacular. I truly love the way things work out when I trust the process. As you can see, this is one of the most beautiful parts of the world.

“I have learned, as a rule of thumb, never to ask whether you can do something. Say, instead, that you are doing it. Then fasten your seat belt. The most remarkable things follow.” — Julia Cameron

I hope you’ve had a very happy and blessed Easter.

Happy Easter, folks!

With love,

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7 responses to “Exploring Kanangra-Boyd and Blue Mountains National Parks on Good Friday”

  1. Thank you. I enjoyed all the pictures and the words with them. I especially love the quote on synchronisity. And I must agree it is so much better flow with, to allow, and move with, than to try to push. Peace and Blessings


  2. Wow, how beautiful and meaningful! thank you Julie. 😉


  3. This must be your backyard so-to-speak, like how Yellowstone Park is mine.
    My love and blessings from my warm home to yours.


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