Beachside Prevelly Villas
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... Down to 20 kph on the rougher sections. No dust inside Vincent at all.
Along the route we were reading from the book we had bought about the particular sites in the area. We saw our first Sturt Desert Peas of the season which Sharon was most excited about. We also drove across the 'dam' wall of Lake Raeside, inspection of the map revealed we had just crossed one tip of it. Massive is all we can say.
... mouse, ice-creams about eight different kinds with waffle cones, fruit salad, fresh fruits, watermelon, pineapple, rockmelon, honeydew melon. There were cheese and bickies too. I had roast pork, and it was beautiful, very tender, veggies and chips just cooked. Then desert, yummo... We are off tomorrow, for the next part of our ...
We thought we'd go for lunch at the Agnew Pub... What a disappointment when we got there and it was closed. We met another couple, who were out here 28 years ago, prospecting, they had come out to see if the pub was still open. They were disappointed as well. There are still a few parts of the town still there, as if people, just up and ...
... centre that consists of a supermarket, newsagent, post office, coffee shop. There aren't many people here at present, as one of the mines is shut down at the moment, but the talk is that it will be opening up again. Then there will be an influx of miners with their families here again. There are hundreds of 'Dongars' with one in them, all set out in suburbs. It really is a mining ...
Day visit to Laverton, going the dirty road, through Kookynie and Malcolm .This place is amazing .....coming into Malcolm (just a location now) we suddenly come onto stacks of shipping CONTAINERS, complete with container lifter & a fully computerised, but, drive-on HUGE truck scale. All sitting in a huge dust bowl. The wild flowers are just about to come into play around here, as ...