A few days back we featured the Good Friday stained glass window at Holy Trinity church on Perth’s Rottnest Island. Here’s the Easter Sunday window.
We also caught this act at the Fremantle Street Arts Festival yesterday. The Candy Girls gave a high energy trapeze and comedy performance that made hanging upside down from a rope look deceptively simple. The festival continues today and tomorrow.
We see a lot of vintage caravans in our travels, but this has to be the most awesome that we have seen. Known as the Highway Palace, it is a 1949 fifth wheeler towed by a 1946 Fargo truck. The caravan has a luxurious interior with a club diner (below), spacious kitchen, bathroom with an actual bath, and even a writing desk that folds out of a wall.
We caught Grant Goldie’s act, “The Man Show”, at Fremantle Street Arts Festival today. The high energy juggling/balancing/comedy show kept everyone roaring with laughter and admiration. A few kids found out why you should never “volunteer” to join in a street show – but performed so well that they may have discovered their vocation in life.
On Rottnest Island yesterday, we stopped to look at Holy Trinity Church. It’s an interesting building that could be almost anywhere, if it wasn’t for those give-away eucalyptus leaves. It has stained glass windows with familiar Bible scenes, including this one which is very fitting for today, since it is Good Friday.