William Bay Country Cottages
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... up again!
We start our days with a walk, usually for an hour or so. The Wilson Inlet is rich with bird life. Have never seen so many black swans in one place - there were dozens of them. Lots of pelicans, herons and other water birds about too. Also walked to the Ocean Beach Surf Club, then around the bay around to the big sand dune. The dune ...
... may have been deliberately trying not to see it just to stir me up! I mean, it looks like a dog! He thinks that, if anything, it looks from the other side as if it might be a seal's head. I tried to use photos of dogs heads on the internet to convince him, but it was a losing battle. I gave up, and we headed for the Desert Mounted Corps Memorial instead. This is a huge memorial dedicated to the Light Horse Brigade and overlooking King George Sound. ...
... to Polish Christmas carols and toasting our dearly departed.
Catching up by Skype and FT with our loved ones and then a lovely breakfast of left over pierogi, crispy bacon and fresh local eggs.YUM. Mince pies for morning tea and a lovely 5km brisk walk in the forest to make room for the wonderful dinner Rick cooked up. Pork Belly, roasted veggies and Christmas pudding all washed down with Champers and red ...
Most amazing storm while we were in Denmark, continuing all night. With thunder, lightening and heavy rain. Was pretty cool, until we realised the next morning that our canopy on the truck is leaking! Beautiful place. We didn't get to do too much because of the weather. We did manage to check out Green ...
... will never know. Flossie climbed 6 or 8 rungs so I could take her photo. Onwards ever onwards we went to the info centre in Pemberton to get a National Parks Pass which we needed to see the Gloster Tree. This is more of the same but is the most famous as it was the first one that was marketed as a tourist attraction. Here we saw people climbing, indeed some in bare feet as the instructions recommend solid shoes and definitely no ...