Port Mill B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... overwhelmed. So was I - total dismay with Jill's house in it's usual state of clutter and dust, and the home open inspection was Saturday lunchtime. Somehow Jill kept getting stuck with bits and piece that she was finding and she couldn't delegate jobs to us so we sort of dithered for a bit, then pushed. After she finally fixed the Vax (which has been non-functional for at least five years) Jan vacuumed the cleared area in the study. ...
... Albany via The Stirling Ranges. Camped for the night in a free spot with a great view of the range rising up out of the flat farm fields.
Set off early on the road to Albany which took us right through the Stirling Range. Very surreal as the road runs fairly straight and flat through the mountains while they tower over you either side of the highway. Deviated off to Porongurup National Park and hiked the 4km to The Granite Skywalk, a steel ...
... to Walter Peak, the breathtaking live sheep station that is simply unbelievably beautiful, and the food was unforgettable, wanted to keep going back for more, but knowing we were going to have dinner that night in the restaurant at the top of the mountain, I had to leave some room for that. While at the farm we saw Peter ( not Peter Edwards) shear a sheep and tell us about sheep farming, I came pretty close to be coming a vegetarian that day ...
... river. No fish caught ( not even a bite!) Lots to see and Mez found a brand new winery and enjoyed some of their chilled white. Overall, a very relaxed afternoon.
We cooked a roast and shared a Lat Supper with our very good friends Wes and Daryl to say Thanks for all they have done to look after us here. We have loved the area and seen/done heaps.
... the clouds. Essay in, but photos still uploading I proceeded on to job 3 and sorting out the washing to be done, resembling a normal Wednesday routine for me but in a far warmer setting. Jobs done, quick change for a day of discovery around locally and to find our way to IGA. Leaving about 11.15am we headed off around the roundabout with Andy leading us off down the first exit, having a directional dispute once again when I explained it was the wrong way we needed ...