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... we were hopeful of finding some fresh, local fruit and veg, it was more of a gourmet and craft market. Though, we did find some nice scones to enjoy for morning tea. We then visited the museum, which had some great displays, but not quite interactive enough to maintain the kids attention long enough for Cam and I to do much reading. Though it was interesting to learn that Albany held Australia's very first ANZAC day memorial service. Afterwards, ...
... repair bill of several thousand dollars which in turn creates a large headache for us being so far from home with plans to be travelling for an extended timeline.
Our first stop some 30 kilometres down the road, (and it was already into the afternoon) was at Denmark where we restocked the fridge & pantry along with the tow tugs fuel tank. A stop off at the information centre was a disappointment with not much information on offer and disinterested staff ...
Woke up this morning feel pretty ****! My cold has come back worse and it's gone right to the head :-( feel like ****!!!
We left Walpole to start driving down to Albany. Such a beautiful drive down. I slept a lot of it as thus cold is wearing me down. Mia was sleeping in the car too.
Got to Albany just after lunch and set up at the Kalgan river caravan park. The caravan park is ...
... whole rig in Esperance and flown home in tears and left it all to deal with when the foot was better!!! The kids absolutely loved spending time with Charlie and Seth and Ashton and there were definitely some tears on our faces when the time came to head our separate ways (and the tears weren't only from Sim!!). So after saying goodbye and packing up, We were supposed to be dropping the van off on Monday for a quick service (this was scheduled when we bought it so not ...
... yet. She gets closer and closer to a near-death situation and I am making cringing faces and waving at her to turn back, but she just thinks I am waving at her and keeps going. Meanwhile everyone standing at the designated viewpoint is holding their breath in anticipation of disaster. Tanya walks over the Natural Bridge as calmly as can be, is unimpressed with the lack of views, and meanders back to where I am standing. Only when we go to the designated viewpoint and she can ...
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