Happy Wordless Wednesday my loves…
So I had the privilege to visit one of the largest mine sites in Western Australia. I was in awe of how huge their heavy equipments are. The mining manager, who is also my brother in law, toured us. What an awesome day to see how things work around this mine. We were asked to wear hard hats, vest, and steel toe shoes as part of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirement. We were also given Visitor IDs. I didn’t realize that it was a very cold day. My shirt was not thick enough. Good thing my friend let me borrowed her extra vest so I had two vests over my shirt. Anyway, I’ll keep the words short because it’s wordless Wednesday. But today is different from all my other Wordless Wednesday posts because I’ll be sharing with you more pictures. Hope you enjoy 🙂
I always wanted to work in a mine site so imagine how happy I was to be part of this tour.
Look at how big this tire is?
This is one muddy tire, isn’t it?
Now let me go check what’s inside this equipment.
I had to take my picture taken. I just had to.
Here with my discipleship mentor, Sis. Liway 🙂
A better view of us inside this heavy equipment.
Now, let’s try driving this thing.
View from the front.
A little break is a good excuse for a selfie 🙂
Is it obvious that I am so amazed by the size of this tire?
I can work here and drive this thing.
Desalination plant of the mine site.
Looks like an unfinished pyramind, isn’t it?
More of the desalination plant.
I was in awe of how huge this structure is.
More heavy equipments.
And more pipes.
This mine site is a joint project of these countries 🙂 Can you name the flags?
They’ve got plenty of mine equipments.
Here’s another one.
Let’s take a closer look.
Huge rock, isn’t it?
There you go my loves. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. I had a good time in the tour.
I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.”