Fremantle Colonial Accommodation - Terrace House
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... to Quinns Rock oasis, Andy went in to test the water temp of the pool, Wilbur the pug took his chance with the gate open and made his dash and run across the pool cover excitedly, as he likes to jump in the pool. It looked so funny, as if he was running on water with the cover still on and looking a little bemused he was not swimming, Jo panicked thinking he would sink and be engulfed by the cover, but he was light enough not to so she was now at ease ...
A very lazy day today. All a bit too tired. Mass was a wonderful service with a cake stall afterwards which is always a bonus. Yum. We had lunch back at Wes' place and then Lochlan started to feel sick so he had a sleep for an hour. Moff spent the entire day trying to fix the motor on the boat which entailed taking it back and forth to the river to test it. He did all sorts of things but still didn't get it ...
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The countryside around Margret River is beautiful. Really green, rolling fields and the smell of spring in the air made it even better. We drove down to Cape Naturalist. Its really pretty down there, very picturesque beaches. We also visited the Lighthouse there. In the evening Tom and I went to the jetty with our trolley full of gear and went all the way to the end. Now we arrived at about 5:30, got in the water at ...
... br> The photos are hard to show the reality of this submarine and we will remember this experience for a very long time. Space and freedom are a priority.
We cooked a lamb roast dinner for everyone which was received gratefully and enjoyed by all very much. Tired Moffats are deep in Zzzzzzz…….
... of abilities. Presumably the experts select different waves in different locations. This morning there is more observation going on than action. In 10 minutes or so only a couple of surfers ride the surf. The waves do not appear that big from a distance but when you see the surfers stand up on their boards, they still remain the size of a pin prick and you realise how immense they actually are. We conclude that surfing requires a great deal of patience as well ...