The Big Lap
Inside one of Cape Le Grand's crystal-clear waves
Brumbies on the beach. Obviously not great tucker - they're not exactly plump.
Our lunch spot for the day.
The kids spent hours making sand balls. And throwing them at each other.
The storm rolls in. This lightning storm would start all the fires later that afternoon.
Aaahhhh...... a WA sunset once again.
The fires start to spread. By now, ash was falling on the beach.
Hellfire Bay starts to live up to its name.
Racing back to camp to pack up and be evacuated. 60 be damned.
Leaving the park, we could see the flames in the distance.
The smoke blocked out the sun.
Being escorted out of the national park.
Quagi beach. Not a bad alternative, once we became used to the idea.
The kids spent their time searching for crabs while Andy fished.
Pulling out for home on our last morning.
A convoy of fire trucks heading for Esperance. And this was two days later.
Stuck behind a silo on wheels.
Hangin' Ten at Wave Rock. I think Zach has wiped out.
The view (and strange green lake) from atop Wave Rock.