Phew!!! That was some trip. Now for the clean up. Looks like a bomb hit the car & caravan, nearly out of knickers, golf kit full of dust & mud.
my new battery trolley & trophy to keep for my nearest the pin
Sad news – our neighbour, Arthur, in Kent for 17 years passed away. Why do the really good people go before their time?
Where to next? We have just over 2 weeks before we fly off to Broome for our next adventure in the Kimberley’s & Bungle Bungles.
Managed to clean the car at the local car wash. Looked at 2 other car washes and no hope of washing the caravan in them – too small. As in many CP’s we are not allowed to hose them down in the park. The Nullabor mud will have to stay with us for a while.
Ann & Bill came for a roast dinner and reminisce.
Went round to Ann & Bill’s for BBQ steak. Bill can BBQ again – delicious. Anyone who knows me will know how fussy I am about my steaks. Said our goodbyes and hope to meet up again – if only for the steaks!!!!!
Off to Merredin. If you want to sleep I suggest you bypass Merriden. The mine railway goes all night and they have 2 road crossings either side of the caravan park(do they to TOOT at both?) plus a garage next door with trucks braking all night.
Walk up another Granite mound at Merriden before we set off for Narrogin
At Narrogin we booked into Barna Mia for a nocturnal tour. Firstly went on a walk around Wandoo Wood for an hour and then took a drive around Dryandra Woodland nature conservation area
Hopefully you can read some of the info. 6 Wallabies (? Tam ar wallabies) decided to jump the field fence across the track just in front of us – too quick to take a photo but they were almost black coloured!!
OK – the above pictures are not live but examples of the marsupials in the woodland that are rare to see
Head to Mundarah. We have a creaking and cronking noise in either the car or the caravan which has slowly got worse. Car booked in at Mandurah for a check up. Hope that roo didn’t do more damage than we thought!!!
we are in a lovely wooded caravan park in the centre of Mandurah called Timber Tops.
We took a walk into town and had a delicious ice cream overlooking the water.
Think we may stay here till we fly to Broome. So much to look at and see.