The next day we looked at some aboriginal rock art at Yaumabula Caves. Jason, in a better mood, told us all about rock art and aboriginal life. The men and women were seen as equals but lived quite separate lives. The men have ceremonies 'Mans Businesss' and the women have 'Womans business'. Rather good I thought! Also we found that they dont count. They had a word for singular, one for two of something, straigh to many. So when Jason is trying to count us all back on the bus, he didn't find helpful that we were "MANY"
Next we travelled to place a can't remeber the name of, but there was a nice walk through a forest to a old fasjioned house and then up s steep bit, but it was too hot and not shaded enough so I wimped out, Davey went to the top though. Back at the car park there were some friendly Roos that joined us for lunch, I didn't have the heart to tell them that we'd HAD lunch for dinner the day before!!!!
On the way back we visited an old homestead. It was a 150 year old ruin! PUH!! Staggs is older than that isn't it? It was pretty anyway. We were told about the adventurous man that lorded over the area, the sheep farm not lasting long though after major major flooding destroyed the whole area.
Later that night we went rare wallaby tracking. We saw one for a split second, looked like it was crossed with a tiger with its stripey tail, evidently Jason has manged to fool previous victims of its conection to the tiger family!
And that was more than enough for one day!