Dolce Pizza- mascarpone, honey, banana & caramel- Yummo
Entering WA, awaited the inspector!
At Kelly’s knob watching sunset.
The sunset over Kununurra.
Marcella well just being cute!
Feeding catfish on Ord river at Zebra rock art gallery.
Making Rocky the cocky dance.
Dinner at the Pumphouse on Ord river at sunset.
My beautiful wife on our date night ( with 4 kids)
It must of been Rosalee’s nervous twitch that done us in, but at the border crossing we were inspected like nobody had been inspected before. We even bagged up all of the scrap food and nappies from the previous night to hand in (Keep River had no garbage bins), we had our suspected coles honey in a container as it was now treated as contaminated food, but no we had to open up the van for the inspector. I assured the female inspector (who looked remarkably like the animal police from Madagascar 3) that there was no fruit or vegetables in our fridge and after struggling to open the door balance the water bottles and solar panel, there was the illegal bounty sitting happily on the top shelf for all to see a tomato and cucumber. I looked at Rosalee and said I thought you said it was clear, she looked at me and said the same thing. Doh!
Once we arrived at Kununurra the pool never looked more inviting then it did at Kimberyland caravan park and with kids being free it was even extra special. Now the temperature here was going crazy with 3 days of 38 degree heat, it was almost too much to bear for us all.
We did all the touristy things sunset at Kelly’s Knob lookout, feeding the fish at Zebra Rock Gallery, Sandalwood factory visit, Ivanhoe crossing (permanently closed), watching the ord river lazily run by.
We also spent some good school time at the local library and had a fantastic dinner date with the kids at the Pumphouse on the Ord river at sunset.