Jenolan State Forest (1)

Hello loves, ❀

I hope you’re all well πŸ™‚ It’s Wednesday here in Sydney, Australia & its a sunny day but VERY cold. Haha, us Australians think 15 degrees is cold, whereby some countries think 15 degrees is HOT. (I am talking celsius)

How was every ones weekend? I went about 3 hours away to Jenolan State Forest, this area is known for caving etc but we went into the forest section & was driving through there. We also went to for a lovely long hike to a suspension bridge & faced a few fears πŸ™‚

I got a lot of steps on my Fitbit that day (Speaking of Fitbit, thank you to those that have added me on Fitbit & have been doing challenges with me, I am having so much fun doing this, it is also very motivating)

We then came back to the campaign ground & had some lunch (We brought some food from home to make our own sandwiches, which was yummy)

On the way out of the forest, we took another exit, as the mountain got higher, the temperature was dropping which meant… IT SNOWED! Now, I have never seen snow fall from the sky, only ever seen it already fallen onto the ground, so it was an AMAZING experience to see it fall from the sky.


^ This is the amazing clan I went with πŸ™‚ From left to right is, me (hi), Jamie (Sister fiances brother), Archel (Sister fiances brothers wife), Tiarna (sister) & Dean (Sister’s fiance)

^ This is a video of the snow falling from the sky πŸ™‚ I absolutely loved it.

Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day ❀

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19 thoughts on “Jenolan State Forest”

      1. It’s kinda nice to see your excitement. We’re so used to the tragic losses and damage that can happen here, that I am one of those who prays for no snow when it’s called for, and for everyone’s safety when it does. But there is a true beauty and childlike wonder to it.

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  1. Seeing snow fall is completely magical. Of course, I’m from Florida (USA), so I’ve got limited experience with snow. But we lucked out with the snowfall last winter in Atlanta, and every time I was blown away by it’s beauty. And the snowflakes! They really ARE all different. Amazing.

    Also, that suspension bridge: NO.

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      1. I probably would’ve had to crawl across it. No joke. I say you get a gold star for bravery AND perseverance! ❀

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