Saturday, May 8, 2010

From Ceduna

Hi Family and Friends,
Since last update we have stayed in some wonderful places including Coffin Bay National Park, Elliston, Walkers Rocks, Venus Bay and finally here at Ceduna. Most places Rex has caught fish. We have done some wonderful walks, and seen such magnificent scenery. We live in a beautiful country. In one such area called Talia Caves there is a ragged rockcliff face where the limestone has been eroded back leaving a granite cave 200 metres long and 80 metres round; it was called the Woolshed. Rex had an adrenalin rush while edging his way in around the side, off camber and gravelly, with the sea roaring into its mouth. Cape Labatt was another where we stood fascinated watching a colony of Australian sea lions lie and play on the rocks below us. It was a hard decision to chose a photo from all that we have taken over the last few days but we decided to show you our campsite at Walkers Rocks. An area of wild seas, rugged rocks, beautiful long beaches edged by large sand dunes. We were nestled in behind one of these sand dunes.
Catch up soon
Rex and Rob

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