My husband Reg still has that one-million-dollar note in his wallet.
Boronia Peak is a popular hiking destination in the Grampians National Park in Victoria, Australia. The hike to the summit is considered moderate to difficult, with steep inclines and rocky terrain. The trail offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys, and is a great spot for birdwatching and wildlife spotting. It is recommended to bring plenty of water, snacks, and wear appropriate footwear. It's also important to be aware of the weather conditions, and to check for any park closures or fire restrictions before setting off on your hike.
From my travel blog.
More, about our wonderful day, yesterday, our hike up to the top of Boronia Peak.
We walked along the preliminary easy, uphill, walking track that winds around the mountain, in gradual ascent. A group of hikers, were returning in high spirits and as the last of the young men passed us, he chirpily said to us, ‘here’s a million dollars for you,' and he gave me the, one million, dollar note. The note came complete with Ned Kelly’s picture on the front and the signature of none other than Sydney Opera House, on the back.
About Ned Kelly
Ned Kelly was an Australian bushranger, outlaw, and folk hero. He was born in 1855 in Victoria, Australia, and became a notorious figure in the late 19th century for his criminal activities, which included bank robbery, horse theft, and murder. Kelly and his gang, which included his brother Dan and two other men, were eventually captured and tried for their crimes. Kelly was found guilty and hanged in 1880. Despite his criminal actions, Kelly has become a symbol of Irish-Australian resistance and is remembered as a folk hero by many Australians.
Of course the One million dollar note was no more real than my pen name, Whiskers.
A fake one-million-dollar note is a counterfeit currency that is not legal tender and is not recognized as genuine by governments or financial institutions. Producing or using counterfeit money is illegal in most countries, and can result in severe penalties including fines and imprisonment. It's worth noting that the production of high denomination notes, like the $1 million note, is not in circulation and not used by any government in the world. If you come across a note that appears to be fake. The authorities say, "it's important to report it to the authorities so it can be removed from circulation." This of couse, was play money.
About Grampians National Park
The Grampians National Park, also known as Gariwerd, is located in western Victoria, Australia. It covers an area of over 167,000 hectares and is known for its sandstone mountain ranges, rugged cliffs, and diverse array of native plants and animals.
The Grampians are home to a variety of wildlife, including kangaroos, echidnas, possums, and over 150 species of birds. The park also offers a diverse range of hiking trails, from easy walks to challenging hikes that lead to scenic lookouts and waterfalls.
The park also contains a number of important cultural sites, including rock art and evidence of occupation by Indigenous Australians dating back over 22,000 years.
The Grampians National Park is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts and those interested in Australian history and culture. It is easily accessible from the city of Melbourne, and there are a range of accommodation options available, including camping and cabin sites.
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