Days on the Road 19

We left Narrogin on Sunday morning. raining again,  and went back up the road to Wickepin to see a woman about a dog – yes indeed, a breeder Lyn wanted to meet and discuss dogs with. It was a great time meeting Esther and her dogs. It has been over 12 mths now since our beloved Dalmation Sasha died and we are feeling ever ready to renengage with a new dog. Slowly, slowly the discussion begins. Grief is a tricky thing. After morning tea with Esther we set off for the south-west. Lunch in Williams was the best, and one of the best coffees of the whole trip.

We zipped through the Collie region and down to Burrecup, and on a whim, we hived off to the Ferguson  Valley and St. Aiden’s Winery for a tasting. Several bottles were purchased and a great tasting was had, place was humming in spite of the bad weather. This was a nice way to formally finish the road trip. We then headed on into Bunbury and our home in Carey Park. I half expected the Hilux to sigh and slowly fall apart as we pulled to a stop in the driveway.

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