Some of you may have noticed my recent lack of presence. It has been a particularly difficult few months for our family dealing with 4 deaths in a matter of weeks. I have taken a few months break from reading and reviewing, I just haven’t been able to concentrate. But I will be back…I think.
At the moment we are on short caravaning holiday – a time to refresh and regroup.
What a difference a day makes- The Porongurup Range – Great Southern Region of Western Australia.
Big thanks to Brenda for providing content to keep the blog running.
Taking a small pause at Lake Navarino, Waroona, Western Australia.
What a wonderful afternoon! I have never seen so many whales on this coast line before. Amazing!
Everywhere we looked we saw whales!
And there was even one in this bay, close to shore – but we were not quick enough to capture it with the camera.
A quick trip today to some of the south west’s best tourist spots.
We are staying a few days in this wonderful welcoming town – the heart of so much great fresh produce, beautiful displays of roses and wonderful cafes.
Has anyone noticed the blog has been mysteriously quiet lately? We are on holiday! Our first stop – Lake Towerrining in Western Australia’s wheat belt was a fantastic place to stay ( but fortunately/unfortunately the internet signal was pretty hit and miss) hence the lack of recent communications – previous to that I have been flat out with one thing and another (including my mum being admitted to hospital – twice – and she is still there and my sister once). It has been a busy month or two.
We are fortunate to have been able to sneak in a quick two week break. Here are a couple of pictures of our recent stay. This tranquil place was a delight to visit and re charge the batteries.
Travel = husband, dog, 5th wheeler caravan, beautiful scenery, wild dolphins and books:)
Bob the Dog enjoying the sites and smells of holidays.
Dolphins playing in the river – you had to be there to appreciate it 🙂
The Animators – Five star reading
The Last Act of Hattie Hoffman – a fabulous read.
The Unfortunate Victim – a great Australian historical crime fiction read.
What more could you want?