Posted on March 13, 2017
Theres been plenty of photos on this blog of Point Peron, but it’s such a nice place to wander around and has some lovely bays and views down the coast and over Rockingham, that it never gets old.
Anja and I got up early – 7:30am – to beat the heat and go on a photo walk.
Posted on July 11, 2015
Winter in Perth has been a bit two faced this year. If it’s not lovely sunny and very unwinter like, it’s been hammering it down with rain and utterly miserable! Anyways – after an whole weekend of torrential rain and damp overcast skies, the sun poked through around lunchtime on Sunday and the afternoon was perfect for a ride and scrub in that new back tyre before I took it out off road Read More
Posted on November 22, 2014
I went out for a ride on the bike in the afternoon sunshine last weekend. Not too hot, not too cold – perfect.
I’ve taken snapshots, proper pics, family pics and on-the-way-home-iphone photos of every inch of the local landscape (or so it would seem) – so these are just repeats.
But its so pretty, so my care factor is low 😉 Read More
Posted on June 28, 2014
I know – you’re thinking – bah, Australia, cold? Bullshit!
Well I’ve got some news for you – Australia has winter just like everyone else. And sometimes, it’s really not very warm. Like 0 degrees just before sunrise. And possibly single digit daytime temperatures (although, to be fair, in Perth these are mercifully rare). I lot of Northern Hemisphere dwellers are laughing their arses off at this. ‘Thats not cold…’ blah blah.
Well, friends, thats fine, you’re right, but remember we don’t have:
2. central heating
3. double glazing
So even a little cold feels properly cold.
Posted on May 17, 2014
We (the whole family) decided that we wanted to go to the beach on Australia Day and take some photos, run about, journal for a bit, collect shells and other seaside flotsam and generally have a few hours out.
So we all headed out to Point Peron for some R&R 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 September 30, 2013
After a week of pouring rain and the last of the winter storms, the skies cleared and we had a beautiful day. Which, as luck would have it, was a public holiday.
So, some chores and blah blah later, it was time for a ride on my bike.
I was going to go for a long ride, but I rode up to Point Peron and it looked so lovely that I decided to go for a walk and leave the long ride for another time