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Sunday, 23 August 2020

Little blogging break this week - travelling north

 Hi all, I hope you have all being ok these last couple of weeks during these stressful times. We have been away travelling north from where we live in Western Australia these last two weeks, trying to escape the southern winter, which is why I haven't been able to visit your blogs. To give myself time to catch back up on life I have decided to take a blogging break this week, but I will be back next week with some stories from our trip. 

There will be:

Rain..... not fun to drive in all the first day of our trip


Beaches...this is Coral Bay

Cruising in gorges....in Exmouth...


Unique wildlife...black-flanked rock wallaby

Amazing views... the new Skywalk in Kalbarri 


Gorgeous wildflowers... the Kalbarri spider orchid...


Stunning sunsets...


and lots more....

so till then, thank you for stopping by, take care, stay well and safe, do whatever makes you happy, hug someone, and enjoy the rest of your week. 


8 comments:

  1. That spider orchid is so lovely and tiny! Enjoy!

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    1. yes so tiny - lucky for me I have an "eagle eye" husband who spots these things.

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  2. What amazing photos, and of places we have visited in the past, and hopefully we will be able to visit in the future. What a crazy world we are living in, although we are living through this pandemic it is not the way I want to be living. As someone once said "this too will pass".

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    1. I hope it will soon pass Rosie. I think it is affecting us all in one way or another whether we realise it or not. Take care and thank you for stopping by.

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  3. The spider orchid is so delicate.

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    1. yes, many of our native orchids are tiny and delicate - not like the large flamboyant tropical type orchids.

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  4. Glad you've taken a trip and a bit of a break -- amazing what that does to clear out the head and get a fresh perspective! Looking forward to your reports when you are back at it! xx Jackie

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  5. Jill - enjoy your break, and we look forward to more terrific pictures when you return! Love the orchid and the wallaby!

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