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... its aftermath crossing onto land. Mammoth cave was different again to the first 2 but wasn't going to take out first prize.
Back at camp that night during dinner and afterwards, the rain kept coming and going, with lightening flashing and thunder rolling all around. Bugger, a wet pack up in the morning, but can't spend another day with weather like this as we are out of underground or indoor things to do, and the next day's weather forecast isn't much better. Perth here we ...
... made very good chocolate....
Our second to last stop was Thompson Estate, and I'm afraid they have forever ruined C******nay's for me. Their C******nay is out of this world. Their 2013 C************* a gold medal at the England World C******nay tastings out of over 6500 C******nay's. The top two C******nay's in the world both came from Margarete River that year. Now that I have that in my mind as C******nay, I'm afraid I'll never like ...
... They said they would be fine and kept walking while we took a break at the end of the uphill around 10am and had morning tea.
The vegetation started to change after morning tea, the trees started to increase in height and the track became a little more shady. Heading along Trig Road we took a 500m detour (one way) to the Boranup (Trig) Hill lookout. This is a nice 360 degree lookout over the Karri Forest and well worth doing.
We headed back to Trig Road ...
... caused a huge stir with the locals and the media when she first put this massive gold woman statue up on top of a very long beam of steel in the middle of the lake in their front garden. We met Emma and Nick with their kids for another delicious meal at Moies in Margaret River. Clint and I then took our kids for a drive to the cape at the bottom of the peninsula: Cape Leeuwin where the lighthouse sits on the most south westerly tip ...
... see tree roots directly above our heads, some that no longer have trees above ground and the many stalagtites and stalagmites that haves formed over time. They cannot put an exact age on the cave but have said thousands of years old. The cave is the third largest in the world and has been preserved against the public from the day it was discovered. The cave was roughly 40 m high so there was many steps to reach the cave floor. Not an easy feat when you have a child strapped to your back. ...