Rydges Kalgoorlie Resort and Spa
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Waking up at 4 AM from the cleaning Lady downstairs slamming the Chairs on the tables while listening to loud Music , singing she must have an sunny composure ... but I need to have a talk with her to be a little bit more considerate to the patrons sleeping upstairs. It is an Chilly 35 F outside and I will need to pedal a little faster to keep warm for the short ride from Boulder to meet the TourBus I had booked Yesterday to see ...
... forward , even VFR .... just call the TWR tell them which direction you are heading and off you are in Minutes.... not hours like in Asia ... really great. The 300 NM Flight to Kalgoorlie took 1:30 mostly VFR and Destination YPKG was VFR with an reasonable Temp. at 14 Deg. C Like most remote Airport YPKG Kalgoorlie is Pilot controlled has an self Service BP Fuel station ( BP Card required ) Fuel Price at AU$ 2.30/ litre while not cheap reasonable considering the cost ...
... a bit sad to find out that Wayne's Great Grandmother had died during childbirth when she was only 33 and his Great Grandfather committed suicide only a few years later. We located the grave and were sad to see that it was unmarked with no headstone to represent them or their life.
We continued north on our journey and camped on the outskirts of town in a beautiful remote spot, Wayne with GOLD FEVER running through his veins..................................
... few Geraldton in a few weeks time. Before leaving Norseman we took a drive up to Beacon Hill Lookout where we were able to go for a walk right around the top with a view over the town, the Fraser ranges to the east, the mine and Mt Thirsty to the north. There were a lot of the trees that we had noticed coming into Norseman that had brown trunks. The interpretive sign told us they are native to the area and not found anywhere else and are known as Eucalyptus dundasii, also ...
... peaceful, apart from the whispering of the wind through the She-Oaks, lovely walks and fabulous views. The most famous of them is Hyden with its Wave Rock, we didn’t go as it was a bit of a dog-leg and Baladjie had its own little wave!
There was more rock on the long drives, courtesy of our iPod! The roads are straight enough to do a reasonable air guitar accompaniment to Priddy, Dave and Bob, drum with Brian and sing along with ...