It was only 100km drive from Alexander Bay to Lucky Bay to met up with our good friends the Woodies who we last saw 4,700km away in Darwin.
From Darwin the Woodies had travelled down the west coast of WA, we on the other hand had some different adventures but we meet again in Lucky Bay.
It was fantastic to catch up again although we had remained in touch there were many stories and adventures to tell. We were also honored to be introduced to another amazing travelling family; the Rhodes, thanks Woodies for the intro. David and Kasia you are both amazing parents and have three adorable children.
We had the best few days with two special families, apart from the cold we managed some amazing adventures and lots of laughs. Kat thanks for coming along for an evening beach bike riding with me and also David for the Lucky Bay paddle.
Lucky Bay dawn
The home of Kangaccino, this is a real beach cafe
Riding bikes with Kat we were blessed with this sunset
Across this bay one did paddle
Three happy campers just chilling
Yes this is summer in Lucky Bay
I spent nearly a whole hour looking for these monuments Ahhhhhh
Where I believe HMS Investigator anchored
Capt Matthew Flinders, he was a true adventurer
Poor Master Thistle was tragically lost in a boating accident. Never underestimate the power of the sea
Early morning challenge
Another culturally significant story
the sun is trying to breakthrough
Halfway up Frenchman Peak you might find this sculpture
You guessed it I climbed Frenchman Peak by myself in the early morning. Travelling lightweight I made it up in 20 minutes
Rossiter Bay less than 4km from Lucky Bay and what a contrast
So much interesting history to be found