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... as a bad thing either, all of us where begging and praying to see these whales jump through the water, so we gladly stared out at empty sea in hopes of seeing this. Also, saying "jump out" and "jump through the water", I'm not joking about that either. It may just be me, but I never would have expected to see/hear of massive, two ton animals jumping and clearing the water, but that is what happens. And typically all along the coast of WA, or atleast in certain ...
Onward past the great Fitzgerald national park, a quick look at Cheyne beach, site of a famous whaling station, and finally to free camp at Norman beach - a gem of a spot set back from the beach on a little estuary.
Next door is the Waychinicup national park, where a small sheltered inlet was the site of our 1st successful fishing afternoon. Kevin, Zoe and Aaron all caught a bite and landed one that was large enough to keep. Fish for ...
... down to Middleton Beach and managed to finish a set of Tai Chi before it began to rain. In fact today’s weather has been pretty good top around 18 but the wind has a bit of a chill to it.
Tonight we walked to the Mean Fiddler for dinner. Staff were friendly and the meals weren’t that bad either.
When we returned to the apartment enjoyed a game of Canasta.
All in all a very enjoyable day in Albany.
Thought for the day: "Would you stand by while a bushfire raged?" From an Australian WW I recruiting poster spotted at the National ANZAC Centre in Albany.
Albany (that's ALbany, not ALLbany as in the capital of New York) was a great little stop, and I do mean little, with a population of about 30,000. We were only there for about 8 hours, but we thoroughly enjoyed the place. The highlight was National ANZAC Centre ...
... deep soft sand and huge ruts? Anyway, after a few pics of the headland we started back. 2nd gear low was really the only one to use as there was little time to change down once we were on the soft sand. The rear ARB diff locker remained engaged the whole trip back and the front diff locker got thrown on every now and then for the soft sand, deeply rutted climbs. At one point I was thinking the Max Trax and ...