12 comments on “Visiting a Rainforest in the Rain – Minnamurra Rainforest Centre

  1. I loved the message in your post. It is wonderful you have a new job, one for which you are well suited. Impressive your book sold while you were there and also the promo video played. Your talents are being shared beyond your readers here. Great work!

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  2. Wonderful post, photos, and message, Ashley! Loved seeing your book displayed capture, you should be so proud…..I am for you! Grandson #1 and I have enjoyed your book, and I will continue to read it to him so he can learn more and more. Can’t wait to introduce it to the two other grandboy babies some day! Have a wonderful week yourself. 🙂

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    • Thanks so much Donna for your most encouraging support. I just received an email today asking for more books, because the display is working so well. I do pray your grandsons will be blessed by the book, thanks again Donna, have a blessed week!

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  3. Nice post Ashley. I have to agree, the smells and the atmosphere in a rainforest when it is raining or just rained is wonderful, there’s nothing like it. The photo of the palm with the three variances of green is amazing, good find! Also loved your video of the lyrebird, it’s great to be able to get so close without disturbing them as they carry on their birdlife activities.

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    • Thanks Sue, Yes we are so blessed that people had enough foresight to protect areas like these from settlement, and that we have so many national parks and reserves. It is so special to be able to freely enjoy the beauty and wonder of it all. It has to be one of the most inexpensive healthy pasttimes. Enjoy your week!

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