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... outdoors.....all will be revealed. However up to now he is coping with it well, and I think the extra hydration he takes after work helps!
It was fabulous to catch up for lunch with Mary-Anne and Steve as they passed through on their Kimberley adventure and dragon boat race down the Ord River from Lake Argyle.
Jane and Jon spent some days with us as they called into Broome as part of their ...
... Crossing. Mary Pool is reported to be fantastic after the wet season.
The main reason for our stay at FC was to see Geikie Gorge.
We drove the 18km to Geikie Gorge the next day for the 3pm tour. This land is owned by our tour guide AJ's Mother and the land is known to them as DAHN GGU. They are hoping to have the naming rights returned within the next year.
AJ provided a very entertaining cruise and enlightened us with stories of aboriginal cultural traditions. The ...
... br> *By 8.30 we are on the main highway heading up to Port Hedland. With a population of 18000 it is one of the largest towns we have been to for a while. It is a good place to fuel up, since beyond PH, places become more remote and the fuel more expensive.
*PH may not be the prettiest of places on the WA coastline but it is extremely important to the Aussie economy. It is fairly unique in so far that the working harbour is visible from the small town centre. It is ...
... that name.
For Broome town, it is just a few crisscrossed streets that circle the main airport. Interesting times can be had, as small aircraft dip down preparing to land, the pilots can be seen jostling with the controls to counteract the wind, looking as if they're going to land in the main road, they fly just above the shop roofs to safely run on the strip.
Throughout the days, I slowly get to know more of the people around the hostel, from ...
... along the very, very long jetty. We talked to all the fishermen but no-one was catching much today. We walked along to the Town Beach and here we found a small Water Park which we played in for a short while before heading back to the Rv for showers - yeah - we have lots of water now- the simple and basic things are so valued by us all now.