Monday, July 11, 2011

Gawler Ranges

July 10th

Geoff & Eileen are with us now. We have explored the remaining areas of the Gawler Ranges with the wonderful rock formations. The special site called the Organ Pipes is steep, colourful and very rocky.
There are quite a variety of wildflowers in bloom including buttercups and Harbenger of Spring.

I have identified 3 different varieties of Mistletoe. Leaves from each been cooked and silk has been dyed. The colour from each seems to be strong so it will be fun opending them when I return home. I have done quite a bit of dyeing and will run out of silk very soon!

Gawler Ranges Organ Pipes
We camped on the west side of Lake Gairdner this evening.

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