Forte Leeuwin Apartments
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Travel Blogs from Margaret River
... lazy Susan . Lambs on a metal bed with their rear legs clamped in. Then the action really began. It was a conveyor belt. They had two injections from a bag like an IV infusion bag, with a needle gun at the end. The boys had an elastic band put over their little testicles. A plastic tag was punched onto one ear easily identifying girls from boys and giving them an iD number from the farm. The gas knife was fired up. Really hot! Like a pair of shears but the ...
... Climbing tree The forests here are prone to fires and burn offs. When a fire starts people rely on 3 giant trees. The Diamond tree, the bicentennial tree and the Gloucester tree. These trees were chosen to be fire towers because they were taller then most other trees around them. After the fire danger had gone people made it so the public could climb the trees. Salmon catching On the last day that we ...
... a few for Christmas nibblies. Then another vineyard and another dozen wines to taste at Knotting Hill. Then we moved into the realm of chocolate tasting, cheese tasting on another couple of stops. The final venue was Colonial Brewery for beer tasting. We got dropped off at the campsite at about 6pm, slightly merry and full. We had a good rest before we contemplated what light snack to have ...
... that used only their hiking pole as a centre lift (Six Moon Lunar Solo) and super-lightweight and compact NeoAir Thermorests.
The last bit of the walk took us 1.5 hours
After crossing Willyabrup Brook we came up to a carpark and couldn't see any signs, so ended up on the 4wd track that finally brought us out to the Willabrup Lookout, where ...
... completely awesome. The wind was heavy and blustery and was blowing the waves in with incredible force causing them to come crashing down onto the rocks by the shore sending a spray of salty water inland. We got out of the camper van to get a better look and immediately got blasted with salt water. The wind was gusting fiercely around us and we had to try hard to stay on our feet. It was blowing wildly through our curly locks and we got some great photos. We had ...