"Seclusions" of Yallingup
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... before our hosts wake and head for Busselton. Such a pretty drive through the Karri forest and lovely to see the green countryside and rivers flowing. It was all brown and dry when we left in February.
Don glad to see us. He is very frail and not faring well.
Home is so good to see.
Highlights - to many to list but green Nullabor, Greens Pool on a sunny day (near Denmark), ...
... unfortunately whilst at the beach we saw a huge hairy huntsman spider on a bloke's back!! Kate and Neen froze so poor Pete had the task of swotting it off the man's back with his flip-flop. Then none of us could relax as we were paranoid that a spider might land on us.
Tonight we headed back to the beach for a sunset dinner and then back to the house to play with glow sticks on the front lawn. Dunsborough and W.A is a really beautiful part of the ...
... was the last straw.
We called in at a gallery that makes/sells solid timber furniture and there was a huge round table that sat 12-14 people that cost $45,000. The chairs cost an additional $450 each so that is $50,000 approx. for a dining table.
Bob's Hollow ( a rock climbing cliff ) ...
From here we could look across Cowaramup Bay to Gracetown,
Exiting the carpark we saw at least 6 varieties of Gazanias on the road near the boat ramp, then had to have a photo shoot in the top car park with the Leeuwin National Park sign.
The day began with another necessary stop to our friends in Apollo, this time Perth branch. Ever since we picked up this van the DVD player has not worked. Yep a pretty minor issue I know when it comes to a motorhome, but when you had just previously bought your kids 3 new movies to watch then it grates on you that you can't actually use the device. It wasn't long before a new TV/DVD device was installed into the van and we were on our way again. Feeling ...