We spent our last weekend... discovering quaint little town called Dwellingup. It was about 1 1/2 hours drive from our place... approximately 130km.
We wouldn't have made the trip to Dwellingup, if not for D. He was to have his first 'camping expedition' in the Bibbulmun Reserve... preparing him and 60 others for their upcoming 'World Challenge' event to Nepal in November.
We drove along 2 Freeways towards Pinjarra...another small town which is famous for its 'Patisserie'...
We drove another 24 km towards Dwellingup... passing by undulating terrain as far as our eyes could see... where sheeps, cows and horses soaked in the morning sun while grazing...
We reached our destination in good time and on time.
It is 'the place' for outdoor-sy people... where one could go cycling or trekking part of Bibbulmun track... Bibbulmun Track is approximate 963 kilometers stretching from Albany to Kalamunda in Perth....
Perth Autumn this year is relatively mild comparing to previous years... therefore not a lot of Autumn displays could be seen... but it was a different scenes altogether in Dwellingup... the Autumn colours are amazing... shades of green turning to yellow to brown...
We stopped at one of the orchards on our way home... bought some really... really fresh fruits... a 5kg bag of mixed fruits... apples ~ various types of apples ..gala, granny smith, hi-early, pink lady and pears for AUD10. I clicked away at the beautiful Autumn colours around the orchard.
|I could not resist but to put up this photo of the lone raspberry... |
I didn't know that raspberry could be cultivated here... duh!!
1 pink lady -diced1 peckham pear - diced1 persimmons - diced1 kiwi fruit - sliced1 tablespoon of lemon juice2 mint leaves - chopped finely
- Soak the diced apples and pears in a bowl of water with lemon juice added to it for 1minute, to minimise oxidation or 'browning' to the cut up fruits.
- Mix all in a bowl with finely chopped mint