East Munjina Gorge Lookout images above.
East Munjina Gorge Lookout adjacent to the Karijini National Park in the incredibly beautiful, inland Pilbara region. This has to be one of the most spectacular drives in the world. The photos above, were taken in this area, at our favourite free bush camp in Australia, the Albert Tognoli Rest Area 179 km NW of Newman or 17 km S of Auski Roadhouse. 2 km E off Highway. Follow tracks along the ridge to find your own private piece of paradise on earth. Camp site no 579 in Camps Australia Wide, book 5.
We leave Tom Price to head to Newman soon but intend to back track out of our way to return and spend a few days on the ridge overlooking this beautiful Gorge, and I will be painting the view in water colours.
It is a black spot for mobile phone and internet connection, I am considering spending more time in these more remote beautiful areas next year, rather than coming into the towns for the weekend and as I want to continue with my blogging, now I’ve discovered blogging I am hooked, and love it. I will look into the cost of satellite internet connection costs and see if this is affordable knowing I can part offset the cost now I am selling my health and travel writing essays. I love all aspects of my gray nomad life, hobby business and companionship with Reg and seeing how he also loves this gray nomad life style.
I’ll plan so we can stay longer in the Pilbara region next year, simply stay for longer periods at our favourite camps, especially up on this ridge top and walk, talk, write and paint, and soak in the majestic countryside, enough to last until we return the following year. Of all the camp sites in Australia, Reg and I want to keep returning to; this is the one. I could live forever, happily, here on this ridge top and only return to civilization when we run out of water and food.
Fortunately for us and other lovers of living close to nature, most of our friends and acquaintances moving on from Tom Price to Newman are all booked into the Tom Price caravan park for the convenience of power and amenities blocks. So there is plenty of private, peaceful camp sites in the bush for those who want to be alone with nature between this fun if hard work, socializing, catching up with the washing and supplies stocking and a little retailing to pay for the fuel, town stop overs.
In Ryn Shell's Art Studio Today
I'm using a split opposite colour harmony of red, yellow green, and blue green. My feelings are to allow the children running the the farmhouse to be the main focus of this work rather than the landscape. What do you think?