Whalers Cove Villas
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This morning we travelled 140 Km's from Big Valley Farm to Pemberton which is in forest land in the south west. After setting up in the caravan park we had lunch and then headed off to the Pemberton Tramway for a ride through the forest. The tram Is privately owned and used to run from Pemberton to Northcliffe, crossing six bridges. However as a result of the drought a few years ...
Arrived in Buttleson after finishing our drive from a random petrol come caravan park on the outskirts of Perth. Arrived at Buttleson without having breakfast, stopped at the IGA to pick up breakfast-lunch and headed down to the Buttleson jetty. The longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere at 1.5km into the Indian Ocean. Ate all the food from the shop, which was a lot. Drove round Buttleson a little longer, Eden applied for a few jobs. Then we drove ...
... took longer than expected. The boys were asleep by the time we got to the house unfortunately but it was really lovely to see Kate and catch up on all the goss. We have been given the nicest room in the house - huge with an ensuite and a balcony from which you can see the sea. Such a treat. The road is really quiet and looks like Ramsey ...
... had with Gillian, after drinks at a Xmas party....and her great grand analogy. We were speaking of life in general, and how she believes there are two types of people in it. When faced with swimming...in the river of life, some try and try and try to swim against the tide. You get really tired and fraustrated and may even die!
Others, float and get taken with the current, ...
... long we arrived at Moses Lookout.
The path here is high above the cliffs and the vegetation alternates between tall open heath and dense moss-covered tea-tree thicket. It was amongst this thicket that the Moses Campsite was located and we chatted to a couple of guys who had just set up camp for the night. We admired their lightweight hiking gear, their ...