It are the unexpected joys that one encounters on a trip that are often the highlights. We encountered one this morning. (In fact I wrote this two days ago but we were wireless less)
In the small South Australian town of Hawker, just south of the Flinders Ranges is a beautiful panorama of Wilpena Pound. Painted by local artist, Jeff Morgan, it is a picture of the area from St. Mary’s Peak. It is well worth visiting the website and Jeff’s own page. If you are ever in the area a visit to the actual panorama is a must!
One sign declared, “Creation, God’s First Missionary.”
That about says it all.
Your post is so inspiring. I doubt I’ll be visiting that particular spot, but I love the thought of Creation: God’s first missionary. I’ll think of that next time I see one of those breathtaking views. Actually, next time I just look at another person, or a bush, or a bird. Look close, and each little bit of creation is just amazing. First missionary. I really like that!
Hi Peiter & Hetty, pity we didn’t know you were going to be in the Flinders
Ranges, we have just spent the last five nights at Quorn! We are now in Port Hughes on the
Yorke Peninsula. Regards, Cor & Julie
Yes have been there a couple of times on the way to Arkaroola., the whole area is stunning