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... and drying, house work, and cleaning the car that evening and felt organised enough for our stay in Cottesloe with Karen and Bill.
On Thursday 25th, we left Bunbury for Perth, driving along the Old Coast Road to Mandurah. We walked across and under the beautiful old wooden bridge, along the Inlet edge, to a café, Simmo’s ice cream and a further walk to the marina and ocean. It’s a very impressive city with good amenity and climate. At ...
... it by exploring the outdoors and we stumbled across some
I spent the rest of January desperately trying to find a job, which turned out to be
more tricky than we expected. Paul signed up to volunteer at Royal Perth
Hospital helping with a breast cancer study. He continued to plod on with his
masters on the days he wasn't volunteering. I made use of my time by lending a
helping hand around ...
Leaving Fraser Range for the last 100km into Norseman where we hopefully, can pick up some supplies. We haven't seen fresh fruit or veg since the border crossing of course. Norseman was dead quiet (being Easter Sunday) with the only things open being two roadhouses and the information centre. The guy in the info centre was helpful but could offer no answer to the no shops open problem - maybe Kalgoorlie might have something open, maybe not.
Fuel Norseman $1.39/l
The town was ...
... we just had a laugh about it. The view of Perth CBD as the sun sets and the buildings light up is gorgeous. I was regretting not bringing my proper canon camera but we are travelling light with a mere 7kg of luggage so it was a luxury i couldn't carry ;( we stopped and has an Asahi beer at the dock and i got the devastating news about the cricket, which had been painful to watch a few hours earlier. Not the best end to the day but at least we were thankful that no one died ...
... so filled with bubbly joy to see and be involved with this messy, hands on, deep caring work which in each organisation is led by individual's efforts to love people here in this part of the world.
I feel like this Japanese idea of Kintsukuroi reflects us both when we're in need and when we're relieving need. Broken to be fixed and filled and restored in a beautiful way by the love of God.
There are so many ones in the world. ...