Friday, June 06, 2003
Mum and I drove to Karridale, about 14k north of here, to a local jeweller. Karridale is a small town - a tavern and two servos, a small church and a school, a transport company, a glass studio and the jeweller. Pleasant bush views from the car park and two roos lay out in the back yard, along with two white geese. The building is tucked away off the road to Nannup and reminded me of the wine tasting areas at local wineries. Five other people visited while we browsed, although two of those needed a whistle fixed before an under 12s footy match tomorrow. The jewellery was unique and there was a good range. I'll have to visit again when I have more money!
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