Just completeted the best tour, Triple J tours from Kununurra to Lake Argyle in a bus then back to Kununurra in a boat 55km. It was fantastic. Once again breathtaking, beautiful scenery, up small creeks, birds I have never even heard of, crockodiles, wallaroos, etc etc
They have 50,000 litres per second flowing downstreamfrom Lake Argyle of which 40,000 flows out to sea for the environmental flow.
Last night, however was very different. Mr B was complaining our fridge sounded like Chernobyl and decided to try to fix the vibration as it interupted his sleep. After many hours and lots of huffing and puffing - the result acording to him " it sounds like Fukashima nuclear reactor". So i think it has improved.
Mrs F has been carving patterns in Boab seeds. They are fantastic. very talented lady that one. I think she should set up shop in the Coles car park and sell them in competition to the locals.
Living in a caravan park has its advantages and also its disadvantages. The amenities block is agricultural to say the least. Built of corogate diron. water flows from the shower next door into the toilet so you have running water around your feet fromsome one else's shower whilst trying totake a leak. Plus at 5.45am there is a mass exodus and much door slamming as the workers leave for work. the at 6.30pm they all come home and into the shower block leaving centimetres of mud on the poured concrete floor. We live in interesting times.