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We had everything we needed to make our stay comfortable. After settling in and looking around we set out for a day of adventure. And adventure we had. First of all Jenelle turned into this old country farm which turned out to be a sheep farm. It was the neatest place. There were sheep in a fenced area. So we went over and petted them and took a few pictures. We went into the shop to look ...
... Having a campfire in the evening was a welcome change and we managed to cook a delicious pizza in our camp oven over the coals.
Of course no visit to Margaret River is complete without some wine tasting.I must say the cab. merlot was a delight to the palate. Keep an eye out for the 2011 Evans and Tate Metricup Rd. It has a lovely hints of blackberry and .............whatever, it ...
But how slowly the time is going. I just want to be there already. Being on holiday before our holiday is wonderful but now the Christmas rush is over I have nothing to do - boring. Today shouldn't be too slow though saw we're off to Augusta for a family play day with wonderful friends. Boat is ready, canoe is ready, windsurfer is ready! I suppose I should organise some food for the troops. Really just a test run blog, see how I go uploading ...
... visiting this region again when I am back in WA this 'summer'. Especially the fact that we found three separate mazes in this area highly fascinates me and I simply must visit at least one of them at some point. Also, the beaches here are supposed to be fantastic, as is the wine. Plenty of reasons to return.
But the presence of three mazes in such a small area brings me to my last point about exploring the Southwest of WA. We have run into some very peculiar ...
It had been a wet night. After brekky we left an overcast Nannup and hit the road. We were heading back to the coast and to Augusta where the Southern Ocean meets the Indian Ocean. Soon after we left Nannup the black clouds got blacker and it absolutely hammered it down nearly all the way to Augusta. The scenery as usual was very green as the road took us through some bush but mainly farmland and fields full of wet sheep. After about an hour we were in Augusta and it felt good to be ...
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