William Bay Country Cottages
Travel Blogs from Denmark
... fireplace with a glass of local red before cooking our dinner of peri peri chicken and salad. Yum! We had a very lazy night tonight as we had such a busy and fun filled day, with an early start. Although, later in the evening Scott surprised me with a dessert from home! He had found two sticks outside and loaded then up with marshmallows. He had told me that he was going to show me how to make homemade s'mores on the fire. We laid out biscuits topped with ...
... Using frame bags, seat bags, handle bar bags. Only enough food for the day. Another approach to doing the Munda Biddi. Both of them seemed experienced, fit and to be enjoying things.
At the Beardmoore rd intersection I took the winter route, so lunch at Fernbrook Falls, a nice spot but not much falling. Then up and down for the next 20km or so on Beardmoore Rd, bypassing the trail ...
... tree and was angled forward, so you could see the ground underneath if you glanced down. It was quite strange, as unlike climbing a normal ladder propped up against a wall or something, there was nothing in front of you. I decided the best thing was to go nice and slowly, keeping my eyes on the horizon and feeling the rungs with my feet. Soon I was at the halfway rest point. I could see the bike about 30 metres below, which was pretty cool. It looked quite small, it has to be ...
... of drizzling rain. We packed up the van and began our journey east, quite enjoying the novelty of what became full-blown, proper rain that lasted all day. In three and a half months on the road this was the first decent rain we'd had. We raced around Beedelup Falls walk in the rain then saw the Gloucester Tree in a beautiful misty forest. We had entered a new landscape where huge trees grow and the annual rainfall is 1.25 metres. The Gloucester Tree is a ...
... towards the inlet once again.
With so much water in the river at present the foam was a meter thick on the surface and when ever the wind blew big clouds of foam would float away into the bush. Very unusual and just in the middle of these giant trees.
A few more diversions off the main roads to look for wildflowers and we were back in camp before dusk.
We go to the Valley of The Giants tomorrow.
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting