Posted on January 29, 2014
The girls all wanted to go for a walk, so Henry stayed home with Jay and I drove the girls a few km down the road to Safety Bay so we could walk around Tern Island.
Fun fact, Tern Island isn’t actually an island. Its a spit of sand thats well and truly connected to the land. It encloses the a shallow lagoon that the kite surfers use as a wonderful freestyle kite playground. I’ve posted a ton of pics of these guys here before.
Anyway, despite it not being an island, the tide was high and we had to wade out across the shallows to get on it. Read More
Posted on January 28, 2014
We decided to have another adventure with just the three of us – this time going for a long walk around one of my favourite parts of Rockingham – Point Peron. Technically it’s actually Cape Peron but who’s counting!
Point Peron is limestone, joined onto the land by a thin strip of sand that one day will erode away and Peron will become another of the many islands that dot the coast.
We walked up to the old WW2 gun emplacement and then down onto the beach, poking around the rockpools for crabs and other goodies. Read More
Posted on January 27, 2014
Damn, I’m slack – I was meaning to do a post every few days to get through all these, now it’s a month late and it’s not so relevant. Ah well.
Anyway, continuing the theme – we spent a lot of time outside (as it wasn’t stupidly hot) and the beach, being pretty much on my front door step, was an obvious place to hang out for Ella and Henry! Read More
Posted on January 11, 2014
One thing we have done ever since I arrived in Perth is to visit the local Christmas lights on Christmas Eve. A local street is pretty much given over the entire neighbourhood with thousands of people turning out to look at the incredible effort the residents have gone to.
I know this post is out of order from the other one, but I kinda forgot I had all these pics on the other camera!
Ella, Henry and I got in from the flight in time to have some (now cold, the flight was an hour late) pizza and then we all piled into the 4wd with kids sitting on each others laps (it’s not far to drive and only via deserted back streets) and drove to the closest park to the street, parked up and walked over to join the crowds. Read More
Posted on December 26, 2013
Yes, it is, as yelled by Noddy Holder in that old faithful seasonal refrain, ‘Merry Christmas Everybody’
I hope you had a brilliant Christmas – I certainly have!
But first, a small apology Read More