Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park
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Not enough amenities, or powered sites. Manager not very warming.
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... Lavender and Blueberry restaurant today for afternoon tea. They make the best blueberry pancakes and Lavender scones. One blueberry pancake feeds 2 people. Must be humongous. Going out in the rain for this is definitely worthwhile. Watched the game and unfortunately Swans lost. By the time festivities were over we decided to forgo the pancakes, too full of dip, bikkies and sausages! No photos today. Tomorrow ...
Started relatively late, trying to find the the bike store in Manjimup. It was next to the petrol station, but no longer. There is a sports store that sells some bike gear, but don't know if they service bikes.
A relatively easy ride, much of it ...
... William Bay was a perfect place to start with the blustering gale force winds that could have blown away a small child quite easily. I was wearing my standard hat that I have had since the beginning of time (see any previous blog for additional photos of me wearing said hat in myriad circumstances and locations around the globe), so my hairstyle was not nearly as subject to wind-modifications as Tanya’s. After we finished laughing so hard that we could barely breathe we enjoyed ...
... keep getting bigger and now we are here we are surrounded by this most majestic of Karri forests.
After settling into the CV park we headed off to see the Gloucester Tree which is 60m tall with a fire tower on the top. Well it's no longer a fire tower as they do that by plane now days so its simply there for tourists to climb and they do.
We were assured by a local on his walk that no one has died in the attempt other ...
... again it was pandemonium for them as they erratically scurried off in a panic. No chance of being attacked by them. These were not emus of the Rod Hull variety! Once back at Aroundtu-It we went to see the animals. Sam the dog saw us and came running over all excited. Jay scooped him up into her arms and he stayed there for ages. We went to see the pony, Nugget, first. He was also excited to see us and came for some love. He really enjoyed all ...