No, it's not a post about following some of John wHoward's ex-Ministers. It was one of those "Where are the other 6 billion people?" moments.
Monday 24 March 2008. 7:30 am Gantheaume Point, Broome. Low tide.
When the tide is low enough, you can climb down to the rocks below the Point lighthouse and see two exposed footprints of Megalosauropus broomensis. They are 53 cm long and are just some of the footprints around the Broome area.
We went the long way across from the end of Cable Beach. We were the only people there. Can't get over how often that happens in our crowded world. Let's keep it a secret!
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