We rolled into Albany after a muddy night freecamping and driving through a thick persisting storm. If felt like returning to landfall after an ocean crossing. Albany reminds me in many ways of Hobart. Beautiful stone and wood houses creep up into the slopes between Mount Melville and Mount Clarence giving the owners spectacular views … Continue reading Albany


Spent the day wandering around Esperance, a coastal town with a population of around 14,000 that grew up as a receiving port for settlers arriving to make their fortunes on the goldfields in the 1890s. The day was warm and sunny and we walked the esplanade soaking in the lush green curated lawns and fine … Continue reading Esperance

Laundry day

A sunny, windy day can only mean one thing... It's time to tackle that large bag of dirty laundry. And let's do the sheets whilst we're at it! When travelling in a 7x3 metre home it only takes about 6 minutes for the inside of Ripley to look like a total rubbish tip. But luckily … Continue reading Laundry day