Monday, May 28, 2012

Mr. Whippys' on Tourist Drive 204.....


Not a bad spot to stop for a breather.....!
It was such a gorgeous day Aimee and I decided to step out just that little bit further than our normal walk. We started at Hillarys Marina and walked down the coast road to Trigg Point, I'm not sure how far it is but it took us three hours at a fairly brisk pace..although there was that 20 minutes when we sat eating a Mr. Whippy admiring the view, and oh yes the 15 minutes or so that we played around taking shadow shots at Trigg park.. You really need to get yourselves over here, you'd love this walk. Hope your Sunday is all that you hoped for, stay safe.....!!


26 comments:

  1. Well, I only wish I could take that walk with you! Are you sure it is "l'automne" in Australia? This still looks sunnier than a Seattle summer to me :-) A bientot, Grace. Veronique (French Girl in Seattle)

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  2. And a great place for a bike ride too! Ah, one day ...

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  3. A good friend headed off to Perth on Thursday so I hope he got out to enjoy that day too!

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  4. It is a great spot to rest on your long walk. Aren't you lucky to have your daughter near enough to walk with you? And to have her want to walk with you?

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  5. I do agree with Jack!! Looks like you had a terrific place to walk and to rest, have a treat and find some great shots for the day and have some company to share it all with!! Hope you've had a great weekend, too!!

    Sylvia

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  6. Haven't come across Mr Whippy in my neck of the woods for many a moon :-).

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  7. It looks like a perfect day for a long walk and a Mr Whippy's ice cream. .... Years since I've done that!

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  8. Continue to be amazed by your environment.

    Please have a good new week ahead.

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  9. Sounds like you had a wonderful walk. What the heck is a Mr Whippy...ice cream?

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  10. What's a Mr. Whippy?

    Such luxury to have the time for a three hour walk, and in such idyllic conditions.

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  11. We had oysters, fresh okra, steamed sweet corn, caprese salad with basil from my garden... We did not have a Mr. Whippy, but we had homemade vanilla ice cream. I will have to eat sparingly all week and exercise twice as much, but it was FINE!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  12. I would love to know this beautiful route and to make cycling.

    Thanks for showing your beautiful world

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  13. I would love to take that walk with you! Loved that bicycle shot! Perfect...speaks volumes! Hope you have a wonderful week!

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  14. Definitively my kind of place for a wak! (I've seen Australia movie again, yesterday evening. OMG!:o)

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  15. wish i could join you two on these walks every now and then. it would be grand to be in the company of such a mom and daughter.

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  16. With the waves--- a soothing view, I bet.

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  17. It would be hard to keep moving with the waves crashing below tempting you to photograph that beautiful scenery below.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  18. Looks like a beautiful spot to stop and enjoy the view and take a breather.

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  19. Oh Grace, you are such a lucky girl to have these beautiful views in your own hometown! Thank you for sharing with those of us who are landlocked.
    V

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  20. i think it wouldn't matter where we walked, it would be a joy. but yes, i'm quite certain i'd love the kangaroo walk, too.

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  21. Makes you want to jump the fence and have a dip.

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  22. Quand on est vraiment sportif, on ne sent pas sa fatigue devant un tel paysage!...
    Bon début de semaine, Gracie!

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  23. It looks like a piece for my bicycle art!

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