Quest Yelverton Kalgoorlie
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... saw the beach. I think nature gathered up all of the seaweed that belonged on all of the other beaches here, and dumped it all on Rossiter. The dry seaweed covered the whole beach, and it must have been at least a foot deep. Not very appealing! From where we walked out to see this, it wasn't much further to a bird sanctuary, so we ducked in here to a picnic table in a little clearing that was almost like a cave amongst the overhanging trees, but with enough light ...
... eye! Getting it from this form to the point of being melted and formed into bars for sale is a long, complicated and precise process, which involves both brute force (crushing the rock) and complex chemical reactions (removing the sulphur).
On our tour, we only got out of the bus twice, to view the pit from the lookouts at either end. It was kind of funny when a couple of the big trucks ...
... including Paddy Hannan's story, who without him The Golden Mile might never have been discovered. The miners house outside was also very interesting. A few things in that house I'm sure Nanna and Pop had in their houses in Shackleton. Also the story of C Y O'Connor and his pipeline was very interesting. Next we drove out to the Mt Charlotte Lookout. Here we could see Kalgoorlie, ...
... a little while.
Stopping at Kambalda Golf Course for the third hole, we were shocked at the dirt and sand. No lush greens here to ruin. This hole was Par 4 and we played it "ambrose style" where you hit off from the best shot of the group each time. Took less time and we managed to finish with 9 hits this time. We all had a laugh and Moff was a lot more relaxed on this course which we had all ...
... wrapped in bacon. Hello!! Dad had something with chicken that I expect was not as good. He took another chance on a Shiraz, from Margaret River in fact, and I had a nice Cabernet. We sat with an older couple from Melbourne (like cruising, you are sat with other travelers at each meal service) and chatted all the way through dessert and coffee.
We retreated to our cabin, and sat watching the scenery flash by the window for a little while. I tried to read ...