Beach House at Bayside
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... words and we really didn't want him to drive. Unfortunately he went into the drivers seat...to make a long and messy story short we switched driving twice made it mysteriously safe and alive to the farm. I think I run over a rabbit but I'm not so sure about that... Next day was awkward for us as we really didn't want to go out of our room but after a while did go. He apologised but he messed up too much so we were more distant ...
... ocean and boat harbours. It was perfect timing, reaching the top of the lookout and watching as the sun dropped down over the horizon.
Waking up at the hostel in Albany was a perfect way to start the day, as I knew I could just walk down the hall way to the free pancakes awaiting us in the kitchen. So I take a quick shower and head down there for some breakfast. I pour a cup of coffee and sit and wait as the hostel owner makes all ...
... over a long period of time by fire, fungal and insect attack. As the tree grows so does the hollowed area. They have very shallow roots too and can grow to 70 mts tall. Bit scary don’t you think?
Of course Karri and Marri feature here too as do many other species. I really liked the look, texture, colours of all the different tree trunks/bark here.
After leaving the Tingle Trees etc… at around 2pm the sun decided to reveal itself ...
... s potoroo. This mammal is endangered and only found in this past of WA. Again, the beaches with huge granite boulders are a sight to see. Weather was quite overecast and wanted to rain but didn't until later in the early evening. We rested up at the campsite after lunch. This touring around is tiring believe it or not! Drove east ...
... out for a while to do this, and we both got a lot more out of this than we did out of the new centre. We went though old barracks and married quarters and mess halls which have been made into museums. The old Commanding Officer's house is one of the few buildings we didn't go into, because being the grandest, with the best view, it's now actually a function centre, but the others were full of information, still plenty to read, but with a lot more displays as well. One room had ...