Hinds Victorian Guest House
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... feeling Rob had (so glad he googled and googled the drive and had highlights noted down). From the angle we were driving on (heading north) had we not trusted his gut and turned around when seeing cars stopped we would have missed the amazing waterfall coming out a rock to the ocean for sure. So grateful.
California is in such drought a lot is dry and dead but this did not take away from how beautiful ...
... off to our next destination and sadly say goodbye to our lovely cousin Erin. We are off to find the giant Redwoods! On the way we had to dump our pooh tanks which was hilarious. After that we deserved huge ice creams from Baskin and Robbins. The most incredible flavours you can imagine. I had cookie dough ice cream and Declan had Peanut butter and chocolate. After that we continued to the ...
... and got to sleep early. Following day was the final push into Perth and we were going to stay with Trevor & Jocelyn who we met up at Exmouth. We arrived at theirs in the afternoon and their welcoming into their home was like we were long lost family members with them making us feel so welcome and their beautiful house was warm and inviting. We were put up in one of the spacious ensuite rooms upstairs and made ourselves some silly veggie rice concoction which we enjoyed with a cup ...
... nearly left Greg there as there was a huge car auction being held in the evening - vintage, modern, classic and race cars all set out for inspection! There were a couple of mint Mustangs that would have made a good container load home!!!!! We pushed on to Santa Cruz for our night stop, which turned out to be a very ordinary place with many vagrants in the streets and a pretty dirty looking town. So ended a good day - lots to see and enjoy - and the promise of many more to ...
... us out.
But the dredge was mind blowing
in the concept. Bigger than a Manly ferry it created its own harbour, digging
the earth (and hopefully gold) from in front of it and throwing the tailings
out the back and with every bite the harbour moved forward as the hole got
longer in the front and short at the back taking the water with it. The nine
feet deep harbour took ...