Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Travelling Around OZ- Quilt Project "Insanity"

Good morning, I hope we are all happy Quilters.

My progress is slow but it's coming together nicely...."Insanity" as you can see I've nearly completed another line.

We have arrived into the town of Kununurra, which is known as the gateway to the Kimberley region. Kununurra has extensive waterways and rugged and breath taking landscapes. The Diversion Dam has 20 radial gates that are raised or lowered to regulate the water level of Lake Kununurra and maintains the water flow to the irrigation area (Ord River Irrigation Scheme).

Ivanhoe Crossing is a concrete causeway constructed as part of the original road from Wyndham to Katherine in the NT, due to the consistently high water levels the crossing is now closed to traffic, we didn't see any crocodiles but I am sure they were in the water.

At Wyndham we visited the Five Rivers Lookout at 330 meters above sea level the surrounding rangers provided a spectacular backdrop to Wyndham below.

Our Next stop will be Lake Argyle (still in WA) and then onto Katherine in the NT. Post soon.
Until then time, Happy quilting.

1 comment:

  1. The hexies are looking good too! I'm glad you're finding some time to stitch, with all the beautiful scenery around you as well.


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