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... most famous being the Loch Ard. Of the 50 passengers, only 2 survived, washing ashore in a cove that we visited along the way. This day, the rain was relentless. It seemed that every time we got to a stop, the heavens would open up again, only to stop when we returned to the bus. At the last stop at Fort Campbell, we stopped to see the 12 apostles. These are large water worn limestone structures ...
... not to know!
B spent some time continuing to search for places to live, so we have a few open inspections to attend on Saturday, in a few different suburbs. One of the properties is quite close to where we are now, so B went for a walk to check it out.Along the way were some funky little coffee shops and burger bars which you can't notice when you're driving. She also found a few parks ...
... of a clown, its eerie. We can't get a job until thus silly alcohol course; Natalie says she's been serving alcohol for the past 5 years, why should she have to do a stupid training course on it now?! After our first busy day, we even went to the cinema in the evening and came back to the beach and shared a bottle of wine, not being able to afford to drink in bars anymore! I didn't have my ID on me and we felt like naughty teenagers ...
... br> Since it was a clear night last night, we reached a minimum of -2 degrees.......it was sooooooooo cold! Everything was frozen and the car was covered in ice! There were some hot air balloons early in the morning flying in the sunrise. I felt sorry for Daniel has he had to pack up the caraan and everything outside with freezing cold hands, that almost felt like they were going to fall off. So not liking this cold weather!
... s now or never as the saying goes.
Our kids are at the perfect age (hopefully) to appreciate the small things without being too bored in our company, and we're not old enough yet to baulk at the idea of roughing it a bit ... so off we go for 3 months.
In the middle of our family adventure - Paul will fly from Broome to Perth, meet up with co-driver Andrew, and take part in the crazy "Shitbox Rally" all in the name ...