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Memories of warmer days (Indian Ocean at Kalbarri, WA)

Euphro says:

I did have you in mind when I posted these :) Just to remind us that nicer days are around the corner.

8th Mar 2006, 12:00

Geodyne says:

*contented sigh*

West Australia. That's my happy place. :)

8th Mar 2006, 14:06

DocD says:

On the thumbnail preview on homepage it says 'Memories of war...'

8th Mar 2006, 16:51

Euphro says:

Not quite what you were expecting then :)

8th Mar 2006, 16:52

DocD says:

No, but very pretty

8th Mar 2006, 16:53

Euphro says:

Thank you :)

8th Mar 2006, 16:54

JokerXL says:

Hey! we went there a couple of years back!
Borrowed my sister's 4x4 and drove up from Perth.
It's as beautifull as it looks!
Caught fish in that surf, saw whales out to sea, wild stuff everywhere!

8th Mar 2006, 19:35

Euphro says:

Amazing, what a coincidence! It is an awesomely beautiful place :)

8th Mar 2006, 20:13

croyde says:

Sure beats Brighton. LOL

8th Mar 2006, 21:57

frog51 says:

Awww - makes me pine for the waves again. Surfed near there in '89 and I sooo miss it.

Maybe time to emigrate...

9th Mar 2006, 08:44

Geodyne says:

Heh. I did that, just the wrong way!

9th Mar 2006, 11:54

whazzup says:

You may book a wonderful stargazing evenig with a nice young lady. As the lights are scarce the sky is full of stars.
The lady drove 2001 some miles outside town to a bench with a big ?telescope An event we enjoyed.

9th Mar 2006, 23:41

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