Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Day Trip April 7th – Sharbot Lake Part 4

Day Trip Sat., Apr. 7th Perth => Canoe Lake Rd. part 1
Day Trip Sat., Apr. 7th => Desert Lake Rd. part 2
Day Trip April 7th: Bunker Hill Rd. Part 3

By now we'd seen many beautiful lakes, dipsydoodled all around, crossed a lot of bridges, then we did a big line straight north. By now, it was afternoon.

Sharbot Lake is a great spot. We've stopped here before. We were pretty hungry, as we'd been on the road for a couple of hours.
It's a nice pub, obviously owned by someone from out east!

Sharbot Lake Country Inn and The Crossing Pub

It has rooms looking out over the lake. I wandered to the back, it was a whim, but there were quite a few migratory ducks.

Ducks in a row from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.

On our way we went. Next stop: Myers Cave.


Ella said...

This very pretty to see these trip "through your eyes"!
I like very much the flying ducks on the top!

Anvilcloud said...

It's quite a trek that you were one, but I imagine that this revived you a bit.

DUTA said...

I like lakes, but we've got only two, and they're both called...sea; The Sea of Galilee (Lake Kinnereth), and The Dead Sea.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
That looks a fab spot! YAM xx

Christine said...

Thanks for sharing!

Nancy J said...

Warm, homely, and a wonderful back verandah to sit and look.The fire is so welcoming, no wonder you stopped there.

Haddock said...

Wow.... like that locomotive.

Hootin' Anni said...

You know by now probably, I'm an avid birder...glad you followed your whim & found the beautiful water fowl!

William Kendall said...

The pub looks quite welcoming!

Al said...

It looks like a very pretty area - road trips are fun when you can find time to stop and look at the sights.

Red said...

I finally enlarged the map to see where you're going.

Lowcarb team member said...

I love the word dipsydoodled !
Enjoyed your post, thank you.

All the best Jan