Wednesday, 4 May 2016


Being maried to the tiny canadian sometimes helps to give me perspective (lols... sometimes), in particular about the fauna we are lucky to have around us, even close in to town.

There were a tonne of annimals on the Belgie this morning, and for a change I'm not referring to Warrack sitting on the front, grinding others off his wheel. The pandemonium of cockatoos floating next to us as we rolled down a misty back street of Banyule into the glowing sunrise was nice, in fact it would have been the highlight (no sunrise pun intended) of the day... if not for the swamp wallaby.

I've seen a few black wallabys out Hurstbridge / Smiths gully way, but never one in towards town. This dude... or dudette (but really I mean dude in a gender neutral way), was chilling on the single track next to the Burke Rd footbridge. If we didn't have a gap to maintain / extend, I would have liked to circle back and say g'day... but you know... hurting had to be done.

Strava link.

D: 53.6km
A: 566m


D: 7.6km
A: 20m

PMPW: 89kg

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