Up nice and early on Sunday morning, all the paddocks near Corrigin were covered in dew and the new born lambs were all huddled in small groups for warmth, time to head back to the smelly city. I decided to go a different way back and cut through York, Northam and Toodyay. All old historical towns for those non west aussies amongst you. Was taking things pretty slowly as I was really not in a rush to get back home, loving the country at the mo.
As I headed out of Corrigin I noticed a break in the clouds and a single tree on the hill
Funky corner store in Quairading
York has the best Town Hall, even if the clock doesn't work
Once I hit Northam I took a quick drive through as I hadn't been there for over 10 years. Straight away I spotted the Library building and figured it had to be an Iwan Iwanoff design, I was right too, he designed the best buildings. His houses in the city fetch a small fortune at auction these days
Then I was home