We've bought a book called "Western Australia's Natural Wonders" which is produced by the Department of Environment and Conservation. It describes in some detail every National park in Western Australia, and provides information on the features of each . We are particularly interested by its list of walks, and have determined to do as many as we can. In the past few days, we have tackled Mount Clare, Hayward Peak, Castle Rock, and have visited the famous Valley of the Giants, and the Tree Top Discovery walk. I have to admit that after a tentative start, we chickened out of the Flinders Peninsula walk in the Torndirrup National park, after reading the instructional sign at the beginning, and having its message prey on our minds with each step. We are continuing to enjoy our outings with the Nude Bushwalking Group of Albany.