Today we completed our first 5km walk on the road with the ADSA Walk Team.
We started in Kulin and finished for lunch at the Albert Facey house located in Wikepin.
The Albert Facey house was built in the 1920’s and was home to himself and his family until the great depression.
He was a World War 1 veteran who wrote a book called “A Fortunate Life” which was based upon his real life experiences.
We had the chance to observe how Albert and his family lived their life in their two bedroom home.
In the afternoon we only got to walk 1. 8km between William’s and Quindanning before being pulled off the road due to men spraying for weeds. Before coming off the road we came across a paddock of sheep that stared at us intensely and then ran away as fast as they could.
We then all made our way in the coach to the Quindanning Hotel where everyone kicked up there feet and had a drink… (non alcoholic for us)!!!
Then we all got back on the coach and made a long trip to our new camp in Harvey!
ON THE ROAD
INSIDE ALBERT FACEYS KITCHEN
IT WAS AN HONOUR FOR JAZZ TO TAKE A PHOTO ON ALBERT FACEYS DUNNY!