• Hi Marc, there can’t be too many places left 😉 ! Thanks for creating such an extensive and informative free resource for those of us who are interested in the history and nature of WA.

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  2. Hi Bonny, thanks for the lovely mention. You are too kind x The blogosphere is also a better place for having you around too. It’s also great being introduced to other WA bloggers blogging about WA. When I started back in 2009 I thought we were a fairly rare breed of bloggers, and a bit thin on the ground, but it’s so great that more and more people are writing about this lovely State today in a variety of different genres.
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    • Hi Jo, yes I remember when there were very few WA blogs and websites out there written from a personal perspective. I’d always had vague dreams of being a travel writer one day and also wanted to teach myself web development, and I was quite inspired by Aaron Schubert’s wonderful 4WDing blog and roamingdownunder (and yes I would have been inspired by yours too, had only I knew of its existence back then 😉 ) to try and start one of my own. These days I’m inspired to start a second blog about world travel, but I don’t know where I’ll find the time to run two blogs at the moment.
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