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... effervescent electrolyte tablet into the bottle before it went for its morning roll and the pressure inside the bottle was about equal to a carbonated beverage forgotten overnight in the freezer.
Our next point of interest was Jewel Cave, the largest cave (accessible to the general public) in Western Australia. We signed up for the one hour cave tour – Tanya was all set for low-light, slow speed photography with her camera monopod that she had lugged all the way across ...
... a guide. After
lunch, we did that walk, with Terri. Widow, Terri, lives nearby and was a
wealth of knowledge, and lots of fun. On our last T.T.Walk of the day, it
started to rain.....when we got down, wet, Terri said she'd turned the
sprinklers on. We got certificates for successfully completing the walk.
When we started to leave, the ' Sat. Nav.' sent us on a narrow, rough,,dirt
road, which certainly wasn't a short cut. Sometimes we ...
... although it's much warmer I haven't considered the thought of greeting one however when I get the hay I go in with a long rake just in case. I still put my mascara and foundation on I'm a women and to be honest no one will see me out here for days as no one comes down the gravel road as it leads to no where. I can understand why people live on farms their is that quietness except your Own mind working. No neighbours to listen to or even have to look at. I've driven into ...
... raining again which restricted us from doing much walking. However, the scenery is spectacular and the wildflowers were out in bloom. This of course meant we had to drive very slowly as Lesley was calling me to stop it seemed every 100 metres for photos.
Back on Cape Naturaliste Road we stopped at Sugarloaf Rock which gives a view of a more rugged aspect of the coast. ...
... than the Southern side.
We gave the lighthouse tour a miss - we needed to keep mobile and find a suitable campsite before dark (happening quite early over here). Back through Augusta after renewing our grocery supply, we found the Conto Springs Campground in the Leeuwin - Naturaliste National Park to be a good base for exploring this famous Margaret River region.
Quite a few international travellers passed through ...