- one of the bends on the way is extremely corrugated; and
- I can still apply opposite lock quickly when needed
We began by exploring a creekside area where we have previously found Diplodium sp and Spiranthes sp. Alas the cupboard was bare of orchids. However these Dianella tasmanica fruit were quite appealing.
The only orchid we saw on the walk was a Dipodium roseum (Hyacinth orchid) which was well past its use-by date. At about 1100m it was also above the described elevation.
Once we got to a level bit of terrain (actually on Bald Hill Fire Trail) we came across a flowering epacrid. This is Monotoca scoparia.
On getting home I had a cleansing glass of red wine. On getting up from this Frances noticed that I had a large red patch on the back of my grey shirt, which nicely matched the red patch on the beige cover of the chair in which I had been ensconced. The usual suspect was located on my strides and transferred briefly to our deck.
There were quite a few fungi around, but not the profusion evident on our place. As they were all variations on the theme of light brown agarics or boletes no images were taken.
So basically a very pleasant quiet walk, which we will do again.