Fothergills of Fremantle
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... iron and stone work, or some are just large weatherboard colonial structures recalling grand days of men wearing hats and women in finery. This is a township proud of its traditions and roots, some of which, such as commercial fishing, are still a vibrant part of the culture. Freemantle a foreshore tells the story of a commercial sea town both in the past and the present. Two large Museums are given to seafarers and their crafts, numerous Art and Photo Galleries feature depictions ...
... would have been carrying a placard and yelling whadawewant rah rah rah...... Onto drinks by the water with their friends and I felt like a midget in the land of the giants. Nice to meet them all as most of Narell's friends are single and full of fun. We all know how busy life can be for Alan and Narell so it was off again to dinner with more friends and laughs. From a brownie to the blackies...thanks for a fun ...
... how they work before we can walk up on the platform to watch the proceedings. After that I went into St Paul's Anglican Church to view the stained glass windows. The church was built in 1915, there are over 39 stained glass window panels and 11 lead light windows, with the oldest dating back to 1876. The afternoon was spent shopping then staying around the ...
We decided to do a drive of waterfalls today, it meant going to Atherton then on to Yungaburra and Malanda, where the first falls are , from there we went to Millaa Millaa where there is a 15 km loop that contains 3 waterfalls. The Millaa Millaa falls, zillie falls and the Elinjaa falls which were the best by far. It is always a very pleasant drive through the tablelands. On the way we also went to the Curtain Fig Tree. By this time it was 12oclock so we thought ...
... lunch at the Village Cafe, which was full of old bikers in their leather jackets and their Harley Davidsons! After lunch we walked a short distance across the park to the Western Australia Motor Museum. It was full of memorabilia for every kind of motor, from kids cars, motorbikes, push bikes and cars. It was packed with vintage signs, clothing, gas pumps, accessories and had thousands of collectable car figurines. The ...