A Quiet Ride
Thursday 18 January 2001
Another night of mozzies buzzing around didn't help my relaxed attitude, but a slow morning helped get things into perspective. Breakfast seemed to take about two hours as we chatted over coffee.
The plan had been to head to Kalgoorlie for a quick tour before returning south and down to Esperance. As I sat organising my thoughts with a cuppa, the trip north in 41 degree heat lost a little of it's appeal. I decided just to head south to Esperance.
There are a couple of little towns along the way; Salmon Gums, Grass Patch, Scadden and Gibson. Like a lot of very small towns I've passed, they looked like their size was decreasing and they were fading away.
As long as the rain stops I should be able to experience the beaches.
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Copyright © Rob Mader 2000, Journal date Thursday 18 January 2001