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... introduces us to the resort and tells us about the itinerary for our trips over the next couple of days. By the time we have had lunch our tent is ready and we are taken across. We have the left hand one of the four right down at the front with a completely uninterrupted view of Uluru. You could sit all day watching as the rock constantly changes colour and the shadows shift as the sun and weather change. We had an early start so ...
... a very nice place! There was a fireplace, a nice mess hall, and comfortable cabins.
After checking in, we set off for afternoon tea, went to Meelup beach to take some pictures, then had some down time until dinner. After dinner we had more down time, then went to bed. Sunday morning I got up and showered off the notorious cabin smell (Justin will know what I'm talking about from Camp Hamilton), ate a quick breakfast, and headed ...
... drove the van back from Queensland while Annie organised Don's funeral. He was such a lovely man and left a big hole in our little family. As per Don's instructions a simple grave side service at Dunsborough with sax playing Stranger on the Shore, his and our dear friends and a flock of black cockatoos providing a fly past.
So lots to organise and then decided not to go back to Queensland. Mark had not ...
... He was a character, kids loved it, and also very interesting.
Mid afternoon we went for a great walk along the Yallingup beach. The power of the surf there is amazing, in parts crashing straight onto the beach.
Around 5:30pm on our final evening we nabbed one of the bbq's looking out to sea and
watched the sun go down.
Also got a chance during the day to Skype both sets of ...
... for about half an hour when the kids went to bed, but the kids eventually fell asleep and they all stayed in the tent asleep all night. I am surprised though because the wind was blowing a gale, everything, including the tent was rattling and banging last night. We started this, the second last day of our holiday, and Australia Day, very slowly. A play at the great playground on the foreshore, and Brad saw Graham Johnson and his wife Chris (from Swan Ath ...