Woodchester B & B
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AM - slow pack up this morning as we tried to dry our camper out; not much sun and no wind so tried to wipe/dry everything. Then headed to the Esperance Leisure Centre where we swam for an hour; a great heated, indoor saltwater pool which we had almost to ourselves. Then back out onto the highway and headed for Ravensthorpe where we stopped for lunch, dry biscuits & tuna! PM - more driving as we headed further west through the Wheatbelt of ...
... Town' so was a likely stopping place for us tonight. But on first appearance, it's not all that appealing. It's a good sized town, but on Sunday afternoon everything is dead! We find the only shady park in town with green grass, is also the busiest place in town, as it also has public toilets that everyone heading back to Perth knows about and seems to need! We paid our $5 for a 'permit' to stay at the RV Rest Area, and we feel a ...
Finally back on the road to start our Australian adventure after a fourteen month break.
Our 10metre Sunnybrook fifth wheeler has had some work done in preparation such as:
* New front levelling jacks.
* New awning and awning legs.
* Wheel alignment.
Margaret and I departed Jandakot at 10:30am. The weather forecast the previous night was for high winds and ...
... Cheryl certainly made us feel very welcome. They are living in a previously vacant farm house and renovating it in return for being there. We had a ball helping them reduce the fire danger in a clump a trees in front of the house! Tonnes of sticks and logs turned into CO2! With a nod to conservation, we rescued a tree frog who had migrated on garden prunings to the burn area and rescued quite a few Huntsmans whose homes were in imminent danger! Good fun although our clothes ...
... and wide to mine the gold at Coolgardie and Karalee rock was where they depended on getting there water.
Before the first settlers Aboriginals would collect water from the rock pools after a rain. The animals would and still do use these rock pools for drinking water as well.
A 16 kilometer long wall made out of the surrounding granite by the first settlers in the early 1900's ...