Sojourn on Gale
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... drinking and eating had worn us out and not even a Dougie tea-chaser was going to revitalise us, and so an early evening thirty winks (which turned in to a couple hours sleep) was necessary. We then enjoyed the second half of our bottle of Sauvignon with our creamy cheddar.
On our final day in Gracetown we walked along the highway and sand track to the beach. It was a lovely lazy day and we paddled, sunbathed and enjoyed a spinach and ...
... without thongs and the homely comforts.
We shared some great time and lots of laughs. The pool table was a favourite after all the kids were in bed and we all had lots of laughs when we hit or potted our owns balls in (maybe I need my glasses checked).
Maddison and Sarah loved their time playing with Will on his drum kit, cricket, T-ball, Frisbee, sitting back watching movies and playing spotlight in the evening etc.
... the house and checking out the beautiful south west.. from walks along the beach, riding through the bush, fishing in the bay and driving around the cape.
Things I missed a lot while overseas:
* Triple J!!
* Good coffee
* Bacon that actually tastes like bacon!
* The Aussie accent
* The beach
... for his Grand-daughter.
In the same complex, we then went to M.R. Providore / Coward & Black Winery. There was tasting for their Chocolate Liqueur, but was not to our liking. They did sell heaps of stuff, for cooking, including Olive Oils, Vinegars etc.
Thinking we were done, we called into Juniper Estate – our first WINE tasting estate. Walking out empty handed, we headed ...
... which were very small and not that interesting, although we managed to buy fresh beans and a few more books.
Then onto some vineyards. First stop was to the Colonial Brewery,a wonderful restaurant and tasting rooms looking out through the glass walls to the lush countryside.
They had several beers on tap all made on the premises, no preservatives added so unable to take any with us as they can bottle it for you but it only keeps for 5 days. A few ...