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Today we had to mow the lawns at the Guest house. I do all the edges and mow around the edges with the little mower and Ted weed eats and mows the rest with the big mower. Takes about 2 hours plus. Thank goodness the owners house is slightly small but not by much. Tomorrow is another day. First all windows to be washed around the house as there are Guests coming in at the ...
... t bury me too deep, as I got out. It then started to rain and rain lots, so we ran to safety.
Later that day, we went for another walk along the beach just as the rain was finishing and saw a beautiful rainbow. I like rainbows very much. The grown-up says that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow and I asked her if we could go to find it!
I hope that the rain stops soon.
Till next time... ...
... our hire car to start our journey down to Dunsborough, near Margaret River, where Kate and her boys Oliver and Ben are staying, along with Kate's mother-in-law Sue and her husband Keith. Unfortunately we got caught up in our first bush fire on the outskirts of Perth and therefore got stuck in traffic on the freeway for a while, which meant ...
... quite happily stay here for the year and not leave. Pop up tent, easy camping, kids to play with, borrowed 4wheel drive (thanks dad!) Ah but there are other adventures to be had and I am sure there are a few of you that may want to read of them.
So, I wanted to start my blog with some kind of wordly advice for a soon to be worldly traveller and I keep thinking of a conversation ...
After our lunch the first thing we encountered was the steep sand dune .... I always find it hard to rekindle my efforts straight after a lunch stop, so I was puffing like an old billy, while Lissie sprinted to the top, wondering what was keeping me. Bugger...
The wildflowers were still brilliant, and now we started seeing orchids and kangaroo paws ...