A now defunct, thanks to a bushfire, boot cleaning station on Herold Road in the Monadnocks National Park, Western Australia. These boot cleaning stations (now being replaced by a better design) where in place to allow bushwalkers to clean their boots before entering and leaving areas of bush either impacted by phytophthora dieback or susceptible to it.
One of the many directional signs found on Perth's cycle paths. I grabbed this shot while waiting for the runners to come through as I was volunteering at the 14km mark in the August 2016 Perth Half Marathon.
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St Flour de Mercoire proudly showing its connection to Robert Lois Stevenson - Chemin de Stevenson-2018-D4-7 by Andrew Priest, on Flickr
Robert Lois Stevenson apparently passed through St Flour de Mercoire in the afternoon having not left Langogne until 2:30 PM. It seems he had a rather dreadful afternoon of walking describing the weather thus:
"All the way up the long hill from Langogne it rained and hailed alternatively; the wind kept freshening steadily … plentiful hurrying clouds … careered out of the north and followed me along my way."
Robert Lois Stevenson eventually made Sagne-Rouuse at 4:00 PM where he promptly got lost. To end his day he came across Fouzillac (not to be confused with Fouzillic literally a few hundred metres down the road) where he was refused assistance and ended up camping in the dark. All up not a great day. With Mademoiselle Anne's injuries we, to some small degree mirrored Mr Stevenson experience.