William Bay Country Cottages
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... shirt. Knowing this, Lee in all her spirit and exuberance remarks that we should all visit the charity shop to grab some nice clothes, after which we can donate back.
Finishing work and find ourselves in the red cross, with money from Lee, everyone seems to be a lot happier choosing our new/old suits. Shirts upon shirts, jacket and more jackets, I feel I should wear the most awkward suit going, at first a bright red shirt stands out, perfect, with this ...
... beach which again was another beautiful beach, huge waves breaking about 50-100m from the shore with a few surfers trying to catch them. After of the days adventures we decided to stop at brewery on the way back and sample a pallet of beer and ale each, which was delightful, my favourite being the Harry Potter ale! - very fruity :) We arrived back at the farm just in time to see a nice red skied sunset. Top top ...
... of vineyards. We ordered a gourmet cheese platter to share and a glass of their specialty Shiraz for Scott and Cabernet Sauvignon for me. After lunch we stretched our legs once again by taking a walk down to the dam before heading back into town for a quick coffee pick me up at the local organic cafe called Ravens. We picked up some salads, chicken and dessert for tonight as we are booked in for a massage later this evening and we didn't want to have to get ...
Up early and drove back into Denmark. We walked along the river, through a couple of very nice parks. On Saturday these parks will be full of market stalls and entertainment as part of the town's long-weekend festivities. (Labour Day being a week earlier in WA than Vic). But today the parks and river are peaceful and relaxing. Walked through town, and discovered it is so much nicer than what we saw from the main road. A ...
... the attendant offered me an old copy of "The truckies atlas", a ring bound map book apparently containing the similar maps to the one on the wall. I declined the offer, as it was pretty bulky and I didn't really need maps of all of Australia (I had some on my iPad after all). Retrospectively I probably should have taken it and just torn out the useful pages. Ah well! Six or seven miles down the road I came to "Diamond tree lookout". Kev had said I should take a look, so I left ...