Kaarakin Busy Bee 2019 – Part 2

Kaarakin Busy Bee 2019 – Part 2

June 22, 2019 Club Magazine Trip Report 1

Read Part 1 of the Kaarakin Busy Bee 2019 here.

Meanwhile, back at the ranch…

…the raking had finished up….

So we decided it was about time for smoko!

Smoko up at Kaarakin

Playing with poultry

Our next task was to clean out one of several chicken/turkey/geese coops, after traipsing through a lot of mud.

I think the blokes were peeved they didn’t have their cars for this bit! Some of us got a few back and forwards trips on the back of the little ute though …and also got covered in some of the mud flicking up.

After the coop clean out, Sandy decided she wanted some clean fill for the chooks  So we headed over to an area where they had been burning off, to collect some ash and coals (which were still smoking).

Of course, no All Tracks trip would be the same without Dave F showing everyone his bare backside, but I won’t traumatise you with a photo. My eyeballs are still burning as it is!

Butt (but….get it? Hahahaha), the the chooks were happy, we had all been traumatised once more from the neon flashing cheeks of Dave F, but this is pretty much how we wound up at noon, after a quick chat with some dingos, emus and peacocks!

Don’t forget the cars….

Finally, what would any All Tracks trip be without lifting a bonnet or two?

See you next year Kaarakin!

About Kaarakin

Kaarakin is located up in the hills east of Perth in Martin. It is the home of the Black Cockatoo Preservation Society.

The aim of the Black Cockatoo Preservation Society is to rehabilitate black cockatoos that have been shot, hit by cars, taken from the nest or attacked by animals such as ravens, other birds and feral and domestic cats. Once rehabilitated, if deemed suitable, they are released back into the wild.

Black Cockatoo Preservation Society is a not-for-profit organisation and works to conserve black cockatoo populations through rehabilitation, re-vegetation of habitat, education and research.

Sponsor a black cockatoo or donate now to help preserve these amazing and intelligent birds.


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