One day we drove into Northam to secure supplies to last us over the Easter period. On another day we drove into York to be part of The York Easter Fair. I also spent time making further modifications to the caravan, It will be an entirely different unit by the time we reach home again.
One of the several Red Sky Sunsets that we witnessed while at Whitegum Farm.
The current ablution facilities stand behind Hanger 1.
The Bar and Kitchen. This is where the pizzas were prepared.
Hangers 2 and 3. There are 5 Hangers in total. I am actually standing on the Runway. White gum Farm is also an Ultralight Aircraft Training School.
This is one huge dam that is still filling, very slowly I might add.
The water level will eventually reach up to the Wave Abatement Rocks around the rim of the dam. The dam is also stocked with Silver Perch. Angling is allowed but the fish must be returned alive.
Part of the Caravan Park. Peter, from Brisbane, was up behind us.
This 'Tree Trunk' chair is quite comfortable and The Emu Export Beer goes down well too. Emu is 'the' beer for over here. Emu Bitter is also a good taste.
York Town Hall.
The Stage inside the Town Hall.
The Dress Circle in the Town Hall. The floor has a great shine to it as well.
The Stairway up to The Dress Circle and also access to The Council Meeting Room.
Some of the York Easter Fair.
Part of the York main Street, Avon Street. York is WA's oldest inland town so it has many historic buildings still standing. The 100 year high water mark from the Avon River is about 800 mm up the shop walls.
The swing bridge over a very stagnant and smelly Avon River.