Comfort Inn Geraldton
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... day of Luscombe Syndicate, to call in and have a look at the operation, old habits die hard and a tour of a freezer and chiller is still of interest to us both. They have a really good business with a modern fleet of trucks covering a very large country area. It's still good to keep in touch in the old industry. After our Luscombe Syndicate Tour we drive back south about 20klm to Greenough, an old abandoned township that ...
... tour we hit the road with great expectations. Everything was going well, but only for the first two hours. Carm was behind the wheel when she noticed the oil lamp light on her dash illuminate. We kept going for another half hour or so and in that time we also realised we had used half a tank of fuel in less than three hours of driving. Finally, we were able to pull over at a service station in Eneabba and called the hire company. They had us check the oil, which turned out to be ...
... motel with a pool – very pleasant, especially as they have offered us a complimentary breakfast we weren’t expecting) saying "limited water supplies beyond Geraldton fill up before you leave" – which I assume is addressed at caravans rather than drinking water, although we have a stash of bottles in the boot just in case.
We had a look at Dongara as we passed which at least has a bank and post office, but were pleased that ...
... would have been a member of the crew, whether it be a son, brother, husband or father dressed in the period dress of the 1940's. On her right rear shoe shown is the name of the sculptor to represent the personal connection with the crew; and the last element of the memorial is a descending fountain to represent the sinking of the ship where on the circular levels is a further commemoration to the ...
... blend of old and new, maritime and pastoral, industrial and tourist. New marinas are flanked by upmarket waterfront villas, nearby a fishing harbour full of working trawlers, a massive cruise-ship swings at anchor outside a container and bulk goods wharf, and a lovely wide park full of school holiday families lines the foreshore, along with cafés and shops. The town is big on the wreck of the HMAS ...