Ready to set out with a Volvo 850. Sarah, you thought the Accord was old!!!
A beautiful rose maze in Kojunup weaves together the story of 3 women: a Noongar (aboriginal), an Englishwoman, and an Italian. This creatively reflects the history of the town.
If a tree falls in the forest, does anybody hear?
The Balancing Rock near the top of our hike. Andrew was feeling good; me, not so good.
The final section was a vertical ladder leading to the skywalk. I debated on whether to do this final climb.
And this is how I felt when I got to the top - I recovered fairly quickly and enjoyed the stunning views but then realized the climb down was next!!
Treetops and granite and beautiful blue sky.
The happy couple hoping the skywalk holds.
A different perspective of the massive granite rock.
These cleats in the rocks were helpful in navigating my way down, probably would have landed face first on the granite if they weren't there.
A view as we approach the Stirling Range. These mountains are looking rather daunting!!
And my chef trying to cook a McCains pizza on a gas BBQ because there was no oven in our living space. We finally ended up microwaving it - we were hungry so it didn't taste too bad.
Our rammed earth cabin at the Stirling Range Retreat. The cabin was basically a concrete bunker which did not meet my high expectations. Bluff Knoll, tomorrow's challenge, looms in the background.