Tracie and I went on a little road trip through most of Southern WA this week. We spent the last seven days seeing the small towns around Perth.
We went to Kalgoorlie to see the superpit, one of the worlds largest open pit mines. We went to Esperance, a small port town directly south of Kalgoorlie. We went to Cape Le Grande, a national park near Esperance. It had a great beach, lots of kangaroos, heaps of lizards of various shapes and sizes up to about 3 feet long and thousands upon thousands of flies. Pemberton and the tree top walk were good. There is a walkway suspended 40 meters in the air where you walk above the canopy of the euclyptus trees. Albany was very beautiful, there is a natural arc near the coast and a huge gap in the coast which is about 30 meters deep and the waves splash way over top of it. Margeret River was rushed and therefore a bit of a disappointment, especially considering that their main thing is all the vinyards. Tracie told the girl at the Tourist Center that we only had a day to visit, and that we wanted to see the very best things but that we don't drink and want to see things other than vinyards. The girl became visibly nervous at the thought of it.
In anycase we have almost 3 gigs of photos and will be uploading them asap. Tracie is taking her turn first, so take a look at what she has to offer.