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We saw our first live Kangaroo just outside Pemberton and then we saw another and another - just like when you are waiting for a bus. Also some emus and Brian and Richard saw a big black lizard. Sunday was Australia Day - so in some parts there was fireworks but not where we were.
Today we have spent the day in Albany. It is a lot cooler …
Weather turned against us this morning but luckily we were all packed up just as the rain fell. We were on the road to Albany by 7:30! We stopped along the road at s wayside stop for a cuppa and lunch around noon. The plant life still amazes us. We've started to see bottle brushes, red flowering gums and hakeas. Drove to the beaches called East Bay beach and ...
... who as you can see in the photo is a spitting image of Aero (Alfred is a tad darker in the photo as he was wet from a swim) however the likeness of the two of them was uncanny. Alfred was 8 years old and bought from a local Perth pet shop so there was no chance at all that they were in any way really related!
Some salmon were being caught so I cast out a line however did not meet with any success, so we decided to go for a ...
... and the quarantine station so we can use
the last of our fruit and veg instead of just putting them in the
bin. Last time I had to lose my honey and fresh garlic and ginger so
this time we made sure we did not have any to be confiscated.
Friday is border crossing day and a
bigger and better search of caravan and car was carried out this
time, so i'm glad we finished everything the night before . I had
prepared dinner for night ...
... Lawrence had led us in a series of defeats and while he was absent in Kununurra we swapped costumes and played one year as Irish to a victory and one year as Greeks again to success. Upon Lawrence and Sonia's return it was back to Turbans and defeat! But what epic matches.
The rules are decided by Captains before each game and vary from year to year. The traditional back yard rule of over the fence is a six and out applying on the side nearest ...