Fremantle Colonial Accommodation - Terrace House
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... plant. Shower & dressed, checked emails. The Dropbox Public folder link for the Froude photos didn't work (because I put them all in a folder, so that went as a PDF! Re-organised the Public folder with photos in there as individual items and sent to Bruce Herdman in NZ and also to Wendy. Then down to Mary by 9.15am to help her to get dressed for hairdresser appt. Not sure why she didn't get into the gladrags when the carer dressed ...
Hit the coast again at the pretty little town of Esperance and had a nice wander around the town and foreshore area. Drove to Cape Le Grand National Park to camp for the evening but unfortunately didn't realise how quickly it was going to get dark leading to a rather tense kangaroo filled drive. Luckily we didn't hit anything thanks to a motorhome in front of us distracting the fire!
Too many roos 3 Foxes 1 Owl like thing
... and nothing happened!! She sat next to Peter on the bed and told him to shove over and proceeded to show me with her doing the actions on what to do if it happened again. too funny!! This is the head doctor!! It was also found that Peter had a very low VitB12 so for the next 3 day's he had Vit B12 injections, and he was a new man when he left hospital, seems that he needs to have that checked every 3 months. That evening we thought we deserved ...
Loving the lie in, being a cloudy morning we were in no rush to get anywhere. I saw Jo who gave me the low down on the locality and directions to take before running out the door late to do the school run and onto work for the day. Making myself a coffee whilst Andy snored away, with Wilbur making the most of the open door to dart in jump on the bed to greet him with a morning lick wash, with this not having the desired affect he started to nip at his finger and tug at it ...
... over time! Incredible. The same gold has been used in this tour 6-8 times a day for 20 years just continuously being melted and set over and over and over. The flecks they gather when they recycle the pots is added back in every couple of weeks and the exact amount is monitored at the end of very day. Fascinating.
On the way out we had a gold coin engraved for a our new little ...