Sojourn on Gale
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... dazed on her arrival. We loaded all her luggage, which included half of everything she owns, plus a few items for me, into the car and headed out into the sweltering summer heat. Before we even left the airport carpark she already managed to have a series of small panic attacks that I was driving on the wrong side and we were going to have a head-on collision, but of course that didn’t happen since we drive on the opposite side here in Australia. It would have been a lousy way ...
... old houses of the timber
workers. Glenda and Kevin, have got to LIKE vanilla slices for morning tea,
and are able to,score them, since the day st the OLD BAKERY (1914) at
Dongara. More lovely scenery to Walpole to the Giant Tree Top Walk.we'd
been there on a previous visit, but still found it amazing, how they get
that structure to stay up.....so high . We all enjoyed it. Glenda and Kevin
walked it THREE times. There was also another ...
... they are bred just for consumption. No wonder I don't eat meat. Their eyes melt my soul just looking at them. I can't face wheelbarrow poo today so I opt to do it tomorrow and know my hair will have just as much dust landing in it as probably that wheelbarrow. Frogs become my rhythms at night as I try and sleep, thank god for. Frogs as long as they stay in that dam and not surprise me with a verandah visit. I've met no snakes yet but know their out their but it's been ...
... Old Butter Factory. This is one of the most comprehensive museums we have seen with everything from agriculture to whaling. From crockery, clocks and cameras to old 1860's formal dress and much more. It has a replica Group Settlement "humpy", a fully restored and furnished Group Settlement house, a fully restored 1920 one teacher school and many other wonderful equipment of yesterday.
Tomorrow we head not far to Margaret River.
Intended on getting up early today to pack and head off. Lisa left on Monday to spend a few days with her parents, so I had do the packing lucky I had made a list. Made it to Bunbury in good time, stayed for awhile pruned Nona's roses before leaving for Dunsborough. Arrived at the cottage around 1.30, settled in had a walk returned to the cottage and fell asleep. After a quiet nanas nap ...