Day 12: Camping in Cape Le Grand

We almost didn’t get to spend the night in Cape Le Grand – arriving in the park, we realised the fuel in our tank wouldn’t get us to Lucky Bay and back. So we counted kilometres with no air conditioning and found the nearest petrol station just in time to make it back to the site before the sun went down. It was an incredibly windy night – but when you are that close to the ocean the wind is just like a speaker for the waves. I couldn’t think of a better lullaby or alarm clock. – Mum

Cape Le Grand

Me and daddy are running in circles and I am catching his bum. – Marshall cape-le-grand-beach

These people are named: Lucky Bay, Poo Poo and Pee Pee. – Marshall cape-le-grand_1

There’s a big hill named Pillow. – Marshall


There’s a big boot named Big Red Boot Pillow. – Marshall cape-le-grand-lucky_bay

We’re running away from the water. – Marshall cape-le-grand

This is in Lucky Bay. I didn’t like the taste of it. – Marshall

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One Comment

  1. May 7, 2014

    Cutest father + son photo. Love how you even captured Marshall’s tongue! :P

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