Forest Lodge Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... of each. I was a lot more cautious after Chris hands me roo poo and says "where do you think this comes from?"
From here we went inland again, driving through Dardanup where the lady at the info centre said we had to stop at Gnomesviile "even if we weren't interested", on our way to the King Jarra tree. So stop we did. There is no town, nothing, except literally THOUSANDS of gnomes on the side of the road. No one quite knows why it started, but it just keeps growing ...
... walk. Sharon then made the discovery that the water was smelly and to top that off it was as brown as brown can be. We had only topped the tank about forty litres. Yuck.
So we had to get it out. Oh boy what an exercise. First we ran the water in the bathroom, then we had to empty the grey water tank into a drain. We didn't want to do that in town as it looked like we were wasting water. The only 'quiet' place was next to the cemetery. We emptied the water into ...
... makes it to the top. I made it. Put my foot on the first rung and Jenelle snap my picture. Jenelle made it much further. There was other people trying to see how far they could climb. There was a few people in the lookout platform. On the way back to the tram we stopped at a little country bakery for a snack. We decided on blueberry muffins which was quite good. It was time to board the tram when we got ...
... of Outback Australia we needed. Alex tried handbreak turns and doughnuts but the little Tucson held it's ground giving us a lot of confidence for the Exmouth trip in a month.
At the end of the road was a small car park set in pretty unremarkable surroundings, we could hear the waves crashing so made our way up the hilly path to the lookout to see if we were going to have to schedule in some museums as we had seen the best beaches ...
... camp along our route including National Parks, free camps and the traditional Caravan Parks. If you read the comments you usually get a good feel for the place... sometimes you just rock up to a spot and get a feel for it then and there, turn around and head off someplace else. Although Big Brook was a nice place to camp we didn't really want to stay for more than a night. I had noticed Windy Harbour 60 kms south of Pemberton and ...