Bridgewater On Margaret River
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... an ever growing box of food that's too expensive to leave when we do. We were headed back to Perth. We stopped at a new housing estate still under construction. There's valuable building materials sitting on the drive and windows and doors left open when the builders knock off for the day. The plant hasn't got temporary tin windows and there's no worry of the boiler being taken for its scrap value or the expensive stone ending up in someone else's driveway. That's nice isn't it. ...
... we kept changing our minds. Decided a quick stop off for some WD 40 in Bunnings would be helpful and an excuse to stop in Busselton. After several different destinations were chosen we eventually and discarded for various reasons we decided a free camp near Capel was in order.
At 4pm we were set up in a pine forest with six vans; one camper and three tents for company.
A great end to a fabulous day.
... Wines! Friday August 15th So much to do in this region! We left picturesque Prevelly and headed back into Margaret River for the ultimate olive oil experience at Vasse Virgin. Goodies to nibble on and luscious olive oil body products...I'm in heaven! Next door was Yahava KoffeeWorks for a brilliant coffee for Rod and a heartwarming hot chocolate for me. We drove several kilometres out of town to the Berry Farm for more tastings of tantalising berry jams ...
... the passenger's sun visor. It had a diagram the same as our warning light. It read...fuel compromised and an arrow....go to dealer. There is also a diagram for if it flashes and to stop and do some technical stuff. So, now we had no phone signal and knew there was a problem! We kept going and I watched the phone...got a signal, rang Mosman Toyota where we bought the Prado from and got through to the service centre. They said we had picked up some dodgy fuel and needed to drain ...
... lucky enough to be at the bay when some rays were swimming along the water’s edge. We quickly disposed of our hiking boots and wondered into the water hoping to obtain a photo or two of the rays.
A polite fisherman who had just finished filleting his days catch approached Mary and offered for her to feed the rays with his fish scraps.
What a buzz. Mary ended up ...