Day 217, Sunday, 1 November, 2009

Distance travelled – 62.4 km
Avg speed – 15.2 kph
Max speed – 40.7 kph

Mundaring to York

Happy birthday Rebecca.

Today was the coldest and windiest day we have had without rain and we both started the morning in our cold weather tops for the first time since we left home. Denise wore hers all day whilst I replaced the long fingered gloves and windstopper top with a highvis shirt when we stopped for a break at 11.00am.  But I had the windstopper back on for our break at lunch. Despite the cold and the recorded 35 – 45kph winds we both enjoyed our trip to York today.

We went to dinner at Yorky’s Coffee Carriage which is beside the Avon River. It is a food van in an old railway carriage with outside tables and very nice food. Earlier in the afternoon we had a coffee there and after seeing the menu we decided to return in the evening. We had a very pleasant evening.

On our way ‘home’ we passed the old pharmacy building shown in the photo on the left. I thought the image was a different way to that normally used to showcase York, Western Australia’s oldest town. I miss having a tripod and this photo was a 3.2 second hand held exposure. A jelly baby to the first person who can tell me how I managed this.







Zoom into the map and use the 'Satellite' layer to see our new location.




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