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... bikes so we had to slow down and walk them through places but we enjoyed most of the tracks. Jacob did a huge jump which eneded in a crash and when he landed he rolled like a porefssional stunt man and was fine!!! So lucky. We have photos so will add them soon! Lochlan had a couple of big falls as well but he was super keen to keep going, so would jump straight back on his bake and keep ...
... We find the suspension bridge, walk across it, jump up and down and make it swing, as you do, then hop back into the car and set off towards Harvey.
The tourist info centre here at Harvey has a replica of the house that May Gibbs (snugglepot and cuddlepie) lived in for a couple of years, and is now tea rooms and has absolutely beautiful gardens along the river. Outside town we stopped in at "Ha Ve" cheese factory for some tastings, delicious, and we are now set for ...
... Ours sits between 9 to 11 with 10 being the average.
It was so interesting to see this layout again. Whilst it didn't suit us you could see how it would suit those that liked to use a large bathroom. As they say it would be a boring world if we all liked the same things, besides we are all out there seeing the great Aussie countryside.
Water: Well here is a funny/not so story. First we should explain about our water useage.
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... things along the way with all the beautiful scenery. The clouds were breathtaking. God has truly made so much for us to see and enjoy. And like the song goes, "Only God Can Make A Tree." As we drove along we came to this most amazing forest of big, tall beautiful Karri trees. There wasn't anyway we would not stop when we came to this magical place in this forest. It was like being in a book of fairytales of ...
... unsealed roads.
Next stop, Beedelup falls which we could cross by a suspension bridge (what is it with making wobbly structures at great heights in this part of the country!) Unfortunately it hasn't rained in WA for 7months so the falls weren't dramatic but there was plenty of birdlife to watch.
We had lunch at the Hidden River Winery after a quick tasting (Alex wasn't feeling well so I had to take one for ...