At the Edge of Antartica & Australia
I like driving. Especially the long 3+ hour drives. Its something about being able to be with my own thoughts and if the drive is scenic thats a bonus. We drove from Margaret River to Albany, took 5 hours but we made it. One stop we had to make was at the Gap and the Natural Bridge. More than 45 million years ago, these rocks used to be bound together, but today they form part of the coastal outline of Western Australia. The formation here can be matched up to the northern coast of Antartica near Windmill Islands. Fun fact, Australia moves north 5 centimetres each year.
Adeline, LAX

At the Edge of Antartica & Australia

I like driving. Especially the long 3+ hour drives. Its something about being able to be with my own thoughts and if the drive is scenic thats a bonus. We drove from Margaret River to Albany, took 5 hours but we made it. One stop we had to make was at the Gap and the Natural Bridge. More than 45 million years ago, these rocks used to be bound together, but today they form part of the coastal outline of Western Australia. The formation here can be matched up to the northern coast of Antartica near Windmill Islands. Fun fact, Australia moves north 5 centimetres each year.

Adeline, LAX

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    Albany is so fucking lovely.
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