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With the weather in shoulder-season mode and some time off over Easter we chose to head into the southern part of Western Australia – a land of big trees, coastal scrub and lots of dirt roads through a trio of national parks (Shannon, D’Entrecasteux and Frankland).  It’s also an area well-serviced by both the Munda Biddi trail and Bibbulmun (walking) track – with huts and water in place.  Bryn has a particular like of huts and not having to worry about water availability is always a good thing.  The route we took was a concept until the beginning of each day, and morphed at each junction with resultant freedom but a certain degree of aimlessness.

A taste follows – given the method of navigation, it is without detail on purpose…

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And then, when the loop was completed, we went to Fairbridge Festival – to Bryn’s delight, but a more difficult change of pace and space for us.

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