Drone is the a DJI Mavic Air.Reminds me of the movie "Red Dog"
What type of camera and drone are you using for those fantastic photos ?
Thanks for the TR. Looks to have been a great trip.A stop in Geraldton for fuel and some lunch and back to Perth. Might have hit a swarm of something or other on the way. And that concludes the TR and a fantastic 9 nights away. Seemed like we were away for much longer.
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Good to see they have decent South Aussie beer there - not sure about those whites on tap though.It was then time for the drive to Kalbarri which would take us about four hours. Heading towards the coast the landscape changed. Pretty uneventful and 110km from our destination, we were finished with unsealed roads. A quick high five to each other for not tyre blow-outs or punctures.
We had a room at the Kalbarri Edge hotel which is conveniently located in the centre of town just off from the main drag. Room was decent size but nothing fancy. Covid was being used as an excuse for reduced service. Ie, rooms would not be made up during the stay. Given the Covid situation in WA, that's purely a cost cutting exercise.
We dumped our stuff and went for a little walk to stretch the legs and a beer at the local. They had some interesting options on tap. I stuck to that other WA favourite, Swan Draught. We had dinner Upstairs restaurant. The food was excellent, but an average wine list. Of the four whites available, three were straight Sauv Blancs
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That's weird...you have the identical rego plate to meYou, like me, went through swarms of alate (winged) aphids (Aphid - Wikipedia).
I was heading W on Great Eastern Highway a couple of days after you heading S from Geraldton. The cloud of them was clear to see in the air. I've never seen aphids that thick before - and I've spent a lifetime driving in the bush. But it wasn't as messy as going through plague locust swarms.
I stopped at Tammin, c. 180 clicks E of PER for fuel and cleaned the windscreen. They got really bad from then on as I headed further into the W fringes of the Wheatbelt. I had the disadvantage of heading into the setting sun around 1600-1800h. I had to stop twice to scrub the windscreen.
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