William Bay Country Cottages
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At 9.45am we set off to explore the stunning Karri and Tingle Wood forests of this area. Both of these trees are from the Eucalyptus family. The places we visited were; VALLEY OF THE GIANTS Tree Top Walk. Two days ago we were 40metres below the ground at Jewel Cave, today we were 40metres above the forest ground on a 600 metre walkway, which provided a breath taking experience as we walked through the trees canopy, with a birds eye view of the forest. ...
... of the rocks, including the infamous Elephant Rocks. This group of rocks look just like the posterior view of a group of elephants! It was just a shame that it was May and the weather was overcast. It was just a bit too cold for swimming.
Which brings me back to my plan to have a swim at the main beach. It really was just too cloudy and cold to get into the water, so we gave it a miss. As an aside, it was about a month and a half later that I sat and watched ...
... in my chunky beef and mushroom pie!
Whilst waiting outside the bakery we were literally inundated with senior citizens who were on a bus tour of the local region and who thought Aero was the bees knees. He got more pats and cuddles than a koala gets with group of Japanese tourists at Taronga Zoo! He was in his element!! Funnier still, after finishing our lunch and taking a stroll around the town, their tour bus drove past us with a ...
... Track was flat and leafy with lots of shade luckily. Then Regan drove while Julie and Lawrence did some wine tasting before lunch. The car was loaded with more grape juice before our lunch date with Phil, Tess, Darrell, and Veronica at Rickety Bridge winery. So a few hours of nice food and good company before heading back to motel then a lovely walk along part of the Bibbulmun track with Veronica and her lovely dog Sammy. Nice sobering time. A ...
... we are now in at Coalminers Bay is actually in a national park, so we are surrounded by beautiful bushland and have already spotted (and heard) a number of native birds. Could be fun first thing in the morning!
Santa has just done his rounds in a little firetruck, and Elijah has constructed a gingerbread shack...it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, albeit a very different one to any we have had ...