Fonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFonty'S Pool, Chalets & Caravan Park Manjimup
Not enough amenities, or powered sites. Manager not very warming.
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... cleanest caravan park going around.
Greg caught up with some mates at the DFES District Office in town. They've been flat out with the Northcliffe fires and are expecting another contingent of 70 firies flying in from Brisbane today. The town's sports ground is a 'tent land' accommodating volunteers, firies from interstate, and some military too. It has really brought home ...
... and proceeded to jump in the water and climb up again, jump in the water and climb up again ad nauseum.
On our way back to Nannup, we visited a cheese factory – yum! So hard to narrow down our purchase choices, but eventually we came out with something to make everyone happy.
Our stocks are running pretty low, so when we got back to Nannup, we made a quick visit to the little General Store. Not a place to do ones weekly ...
... Hotel on the Saturday to watch several acts and enjoy a beer in the shade. Sarah would like it to be known that if anyone ever tries to keep cool by placing a can of ice cold beer on their back, then make sure no one has opened it without them knowing first. Whoops!
We also enjoyed iced coffee (a delicious combo of ice cream and whipped cream) at the local tea room.
We would like to say a massive thanks to Dozz and Evie, and to Sarah's Mum and Dad, ...
... on the trip, either, but eventually she did see a numbat at the Perth Zoo. I digress…
At some point during the afternoon Andy decided to change Max’s name to Ben, which only seemed to increase Max/Ben’s desire to not listen to Andy’s instructions and to paddle even more voraciously and aberrantly. Ah, the wonders of testosterone. We stopped for an afternoon snack and swim; Andy offered us a variety of herbal loose-leaf teas, coffee, ...
... from these horrible creatures than from drinking rainwater! I kept on riding. Sadly the wind dropped, and it got a bit hillier, so my pace returned to normal. After another 2 hours or so of riding, I decided it was time for lunch. I was looking for a nice shady spot by the road, perhaps with a sturdy sign or tree to lean the bike against. During this extra careful bit of observation, I spotted a new and exciting creature: my first wild snake!! Mr./Mrs. Snake ...