After a night of packing my rucksack I was ready to wake up early and head to Meebunn-bia; which is an outdoor education facility. It's a two hour drive from Lismore and is in the most beautiful country.
When we [our outdoor education class] got to Meebunn-bia it was straight into hiking. Along the way we got to play some neat challenge games.
For lunch we went hiking up a super steep hill which was challenging and I sweating like a horse. But it was well worth it! After lunch we hiked several more kilometers (or k's) and camped near a high ropes course. Awesome! It was so much fun to get up there and play around. My favorite part was the flying fox - or zipline!!!! It was so cool! I wanted to do it again and again! Haha. After a tiring day we hiked for a few more minutes then got to camp. I was so tired but so glad to be outside in my element. It was a lot of hiking but I'm glad.
Woke up early. Before everyone else actually. It was amazing to be up early and see the sun come up. There was also a wallaby in camp! It was so funny to watch it hop around and investigate our camp. Once everyone was up and had breakfast we began a navigation course to see if we could handle a map and compass. Thank goodness that I have practice doing that. The only thing that freaks me out when hiking around in Australia is spider webs. And huge spiders. And nasty webs. Yuck.
After the nav course we packed up and hiked more k's to our final camping spot. I loved it there. We got to climb a small hill and watch the sun set. It was amazing. But I was glad when we came back and got to go to bed. My legs are so not used to working that hard! Makes me appreciate my horse that much more!
I am really sad that it's over because I love the outdoors so much and would spend all my time outside if I could! But I am glad I got to go! :)