Not to be outdone however, Angel made the most of HER holiday and managed to teach Levi a few useful skills like walking nicely on a lead and sitting quietly outside shops, especially if there was food in the offing.
Goomalling is a really friendly little town with a strong community spirit. Monday lunchtime sees various groups preparing and selling lunch in the Old Railway Building in Ansley Park, a great meal for a few dollars and the profits go to the group.
The Community Resource Centre seems to be very active and whilst I was there attended a free seminar "What happened to our food" given by Gary Russell a Nutritionist from Wongan Hills which was very informative and interesting.
BUT hardly anyone bothers to use it … WHY? Well the Goomalling Caravan Park has some of the best rates I've found anywhere …
However, my very favourite place in Goomalling is Regal and Rustic run by Cathy Jensen (who also happened to be my neighbour across the road).
As well as being a very talented textile designer Cath is a fabulous cook — inspired by a recent trip to Tasmania she cooked a scallop pie with a light, flaky puff pastry. There goes the diet … again
Regal and Rustic offers an eclectic mix of textiles, jewellery, china and furniture all chosen with Cathy's artistic eye and with an emphasis on quality craft.
Cathy doesn't have a website but has a page on Facebook