Beaches of Western Australia.

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Picture post! Above, rocks along the shoreline above Gantheaume Point, Broome.

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Low tide outside Carnarvon.

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Sunset at Hearson Cove, Dampier Peninsula. 10 points if you can spot J, cooking vegetable stew.

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The Port Hedland foreshore, featuring J’s new backpack, made from the bottom half of J’s new shorts (formerly J’s old pants). It’s good to date a seamstress. Shout out to Alex for inspiration!

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Shell beach at Shark Bay. Kilometers of beach made entirely of cockle shells. They actually mine them to use in chicken feed and to make buildings out of “shell brick”.

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C emerging. Also seen at Shark Bay, sharks!

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Fisherwoman J. Kalbarri National Park.

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And also at Geraldton, wearing much more clothing. Driving due south means some weather adapting!

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C at Cliff Head Camp.

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The road tripping life.

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Lots of love!!
C and J

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4 thoughts on “Beaches of Western Australia.

  1. Yeah photos! Love it! Thanks for posting. You must be really putting in the kms if there’s that dramatic a weather change!! Hopefully all the sharks are friendly. I get 10 pts. Ha ha but had to look twice tho before realizing J was buried. Thought it was just her hat on the beach. Points to the seamtress and fisherwoman!! Miss you guys! Ily

  2. Hi, I love J’s new pack. And new shorts. Are the shell beaches similar to the shell beaches in Toulon? I love the pic of J’s hat. When you saw sharks, were they right near the beach? Maybe the swimming there isn’t so great. Everything looks beautiful and fun. Love, Dad

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