Kangaroo Crashes Family’s Meal in Search of Snacks, Gets Some Then Brings All His Friends Back for More
Meet the Lorrimer’s, a family of travelers who are used to a little bit of craziness in their everyday routine. When Justin and Bec Lorrimer’s youngest child was just 6 months old, the family bought a travel trailer and hit the road. Together with their 4-year-old son, Jack, and 2-year-old son, Billy, the family has traveled over 35,000 km around Australia.
“It’s been the most amazing experience for them, they thrive on it,” Bec Lorrimer told News.com. “They don’t know any different, but every day is an adventure. They just love it.” Living on the road took some adjustment, but the family slowly learned how to live in such a small space together. “Now we’re in full swing.” she said. “I was a stay-at-home mum, and it’s great having another set of hands with things like bath time. We’ve had our share of Barneys, but it’s definitely made our marriage stronger. We’re really close.” However, while hanging around a campsite near Jervis Bay, the Lorrimer’s had some unexpected visitors. A friendly kangaroo found his way into their mobile home and wanted to come along for the adventure. “Uh-oh!” one of their kids said. “How are we going to get her out?” asked Justin Lorrimer. “I don’t know,” said Bec Lorrimer. Check out the visit below. After some harmless mingling and a little bribe of food, Justin Lorrimer was able to get the kangaroo to leave. However, the kangaroo must have spread the word about those snacks because the next day he brought a few friends along to say hi once again. Looks like the Lorrimer’s are in for some daily company until they hit the road! Follow the Lorrimer’s adventures on their blog and Facebook page.
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