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... where we were and up north above Perth, you can easily see this as it happens, just from standing on the shore.
After about half an hour or so, we pull into a parking lot in Denmark along the coast at Greens Pool. We get out and begin to make our way down another path towards the beach and rocks. As I get closer to the beach, sand, and rocks I look at the water and see that it is the clearest water I have ever seen at a beach. We begin to make our way ...
... all were!
It was interesting……when we got closer to a turbine both Peter and I simultaneously complained of a headache across our foreheads. Can’t be good…..
Whilst we were there we watched as rain clouds opened up and lightly sprayed the coast. It seemed as though the wind turbines were drawing the rain clouds to them.
I became fascinated with fauna in this region. ...
... but we managed quite well with not a raised voice to be heard!! After setup and lunch we did a quick exploratory drive around the town visiting Tourist Rocks where we saw a seal swimming close to the rocks and also Waychinicup Inlet which looked absolutely lovely but as it is within a National Park and we had Aero with us we could not explore more closely. It is on the list of places to visit next time around!
On Saturday ...
... or New Zealand in WW I. When you placed the card on a computer screen as you moved around the centre, it brought up the history of that individual – where he or she was from, when he or she entered the service, his or her service during the war, whether he or she survived the war and what happened to him or her after the war.
I had the card of Brigadier General Harold “Pompey” Elliott, Australian ...
... this time and in such large
numbers, they had not seen them here before. Jewel beetles or
metallic beetles are in different countries and are used by
indigenous peoples for making jewellery, hence the name.
We stop the night off road not far from
Sunday 22 february.
We stop at a few places on the way for
walk , cup of tea and lunch then pull up the night at the Frazer
range station ...