In transit today, a whole 40 miles including a short stop off at Blashford Lakes. Nothing but the usual fare there but again the air was full of prospective sightings of the now daily Osprey. Seems it turns up about 09:00 each day, steals a fish then high-tails it to who knows where. It was felt that another series of Blue Tit, Chaffinch and Dunnock photographs at the various feeding stations might deter the reader, so into the archive for some proper Osprey shots!
route from Perth to Albany (300 miles) in the south, via the coastal
highway, then returning along the 'inland' track to Perth.
coast road, reaching as far as Port Headland (1,000 miles)
just lend themselves to that type of travelling.
drop below the horizon while eating a supper of fish and bread,
The other thing about that FANTASTIC continent is the
drive 200 miles to find one but once there showers, toilets and
at most your first cup of coffee is 'free' while the food and craic,
mostly with Lorry Drivers, is terrific. I feel a trip coming on!
and while we're at it,
There were a number of identification issues as part of yesterday's post which, with the kind help of my learned friends, have been rectified or added to that post. Those interested may like to revisit today!