From our travels in December… We stayed in Portland, Victoria for a few nights. It was surprisingly cold while we were there given that it was summer. While there we headed out to Cape Bridgewater to have a look at the views. There were supposed to be blowholes here but we didn’t see any, just some spectacular waves crashing against the rocks. It was incredibly windy. Very, very, very windy. Which makes it a good location to place some windmills, no? They are so big. We tried to get a picture to show them in perspective. This was as close as we could get to any of them. They’re also very loud! After we left Cape Bridgewater we headed down a dirt road… …and found this view. Amazing to see how rough the sea was that day. Then we headed to Cape Nelson. Um, yeah. I would not let my children take one step away from me. We got there too late in the day for a lighthouse tour. Pity. This little one amused us by attempting to walk around with his blanket wrapped around him. It was so cold and windy that he didn’t want to take it off. I can’t find any other pictures of Portland, which seems strange. We stayed there several nights at a caravan park and had a look around town. There’s a big logging industry there.