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Wednesday 9th July: Galena Bridge (Murchison River)

Once again this morning we said our goodbyes to Hilary and Steve who are staying one more night in Carnarvon, and we are looking forward to spending a weekend together at Dwellingup in the near future:). 148 more words

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Monday 7th and Tuesday 8th July: Carnarvon

Monday morning the four of us left Barradale campsite about the same time, both heading for Carnarvon, but different caravan parks as Hilary and Steve were unable to book a site at Winterson Caravan Park and decided to try the Big 4 right on the junction of North West Highway and Robinson Street. 328 more words

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Sunday 6th July: Barradale (Yannarie River)

Our nearest neighbour at Beasley River, Hilary and Steve, said goodbye about 8.30am and we departed about 30 minutes later.  Our drive today included passing Paulsen’s Mine, House Creek campsite, which looked OK, a bit small and very dusty!  115 more words

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Western Australia Archives: Flowers

Western Australia is famous for its wildflowers.  The landscape is absolutely littered with them; like little bursts of fireworks that light up the countryside.  I don’t claim to be a Botanist so I’m not going to try and name these flowers, but these are some of my favourite snaps from throughout the state. 28 more words

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