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We drove from Albany to Parry's beach. After setting up we went to Greens Pool. It was really nice Thanks for the recommendation Brayden. We saw lots of crabs all over the rocks. The caretakers at Parry's Beach were old, but nice. They had quad bikes to get around. We had a fire and roasted Marshmallows.
The next day we packed up and went to a toffee and cider factory. We tried some toffee, sauce and all kinds of things. Del and I had an ...
Nicci, Craig and Maizee joined us for our next little trip to Pemberton. We stopped at Walpole on the way and walked among the tingle trees. These trees have huge hollow trunks ...
... right people in the right place when we need them! Ferdinando worked out the circuit board was completley burnt out and then showed Moff how to by-pass this with the 'jumper leads'. So in a kind of way; we are good to go and booked into Albany to be properly fixed on Monday morning. Yeah! Phew!
We walked out the the Kari Tree forest with Leila= 3 Klm, through beautiful forested pathways. ...
... through the trees and back towards a little creek. People have made little shelters, groups have put up little signs near their gnomes and gnome related sayings on signs. One was an old TV set, painted on the screen was "don't change the channel, we are watching gnome and away". The whole area was so bizarre we couldn't stop chuckling.
We did make it to the King Jarra tree, it's size is just amazing. Then on through Donnybrook (home of the Granny Smith apple) and ...
... for the massive Tingle Eucalyptus trees that only grow in the region, and we were looking forward to checking it out.
The drive out of Albany was awesome; it reminded me of the first day's ride through southwest Victoria with lots of winding roads through the hills and farms. We drove through Torbay on the coast, then headed inland after reaching Denmark. We stopped at a lookout where you could see over the hills to the coast beyond, but we didn't bother taking a picture; we ...