Friday, September 17, 2010

From Cradle to Sea...

Yesterday, we started the day like this:
This was the view from our cottage from door when we woke up
And this was the road out...

And this was the car

To me, the West Australian, snow is alien, somehow unAustralian...
We left anyway, without waiting for the snow plough, as it was still snowing and there was not indication it was going to end.
And at last the snow plough passed us going in the opposite direstion and left the road looking like this
And this is where we ended the day, at St Helens on the east coast:


Along with Red-necked Stints and Red-capped Plovers running along the beach and a White-fronted Chat on the dunes...

3 comments:

2paw said...

Snow skiing in the morning and water skiing in the afternoon: where else?? The East Coast is our warmest and sunniest lace I think.

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Jo said...

By the look of the grasses, very windy and probably still damned cold.