Day 23: 16th Sept 2014
This morning we found ourselves once again drinking coffee whilst gazing out over King George Sound right across from our campsites.
After breakfast we all drove out to Two People’s Bay, 35kms east of Albany. The weather was a little overcast when we first arrived, but cleared up as the day progressed.
On the way, we detoured down a 4wd track out to the west side of the National Park that ended in a spectacular view out over the steep granite outcrops that sloped down to the Southern Ocean.
After many camera clicks, it was on to Little Beach, which was just breathtaking, almost picture-postcard perfect with brilliant white sand and beautiful turquoise water.
Lunch was enjoyed on the beach, and we strolled in the icy cold water and soaked up the sunshine. Dave and Laura were braver than the rest of us and donned their bathers to go in a bit deeper, but stopped short of getting fully wet.
The return drive was interrupted numerous times with stops to take shots of the many and varied wildflowers.
Back at caravan park and in the late afternoon we decided to go fishing off the breakwater just a short walk down from the caravan park. Almost straight away Laura caught a legal sized bream, and later on I managed to snag a squid.