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... tears in his eyes! Callum - well he was scared after skidding the whole way a hilltrack and after watching Jacob's crash, he had a healthy respect for riding carefully which was a relief for us. We rode for hours. There were so many trails. Then it started to rain but we all wanted to keep going! Leila ran around the whole time with us and loved it!! Evenually, we were all tired out and had ...
... playing netball on the green!!
Went and looked at the jigsaw gallery housed at the info centre. The largest jigsaw had 9000 pieces, also had round and 3D jigsaws, then on to the Cidery for some tastings. Lovely apple juice as well as ciders. There are lots of orchards in the area, lovely green rolling hills with dairy cows as well as the beautiful forests with the tall trees. Karri are the really tall, smooth, straight trunked trees.
After leaving Bridgetown we go ...
... to climb out and walk to the main road to flag down a car. Luckily for them, a kind woman originally from Texas who now lives and runs a business in Denmark WA - Julia Fitzgerald - stopped to pick them up. (plug: She is director of Artisan Brewing in Denmark. ) Doug and Kevin couldn't say enough good things about her and I only wished I could have met her too.
She drove Doug and Kevin to the visitor's centre in Walpole, where they contacted ...
... descend down steps and on down to the beautiful rock formations and water falls in the river. Although I could see how grand it is My imagination didn't take over. Safety reasons I let Jenelle go take the pictures while I sat up in the top of the tall trees looking for the fairies of Kerri Forest. After about twenty minutes the conductor blew the whistle to be on our way. All the while he pointed out places ...
... Cornwall, UK
2) Conspicuous Cliffs, WA
3) Abel Tasman National Park
4) Ragland beach, north island, NZ
5) Polychoke, Cornwall.
We tried to find lunch in neigbouring Nornalup but Alex fought his hatred of Tuna making a scrumptious sandwich with his pocket knife.
Onwards and Upwards to the Valley of the Giants Treetop Walk, which I had to do twice as the wobbling of the suspension and too much ...