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... right next door to possibly the best pool we have seen in a caravan park!
We completed the usual setup and then had lunch before setting off on a short drive to check out more of the local area. We did find a lovely spot for Aero to have a run and a swim and as a bonus we finally found some white sand!!
Spent the remainder of the afternoon just relaxing, it was a lovely park!
On Monday morning (19 ...
... there was plenty of space for people to spread out – just the way we like it! I found myself thinking that these modern day stopping off places were probably the equivalent of the old staging posts where they changed the horses and rested for the night in days gone by! That night, with no lights around us and a clear sky, we had the most wonderful time just sitting outside looking at the stars and thinking about the enormity of our God who created it all…
Saturday, August 29, 2015
Notwithstanding what the next paragraph starts with, we are posting this today from Tin Can Bay. What follows is what was written as we journeyed. Oh, just one more thing – anyone know how we can get this *^%$^&* software to use proper English spelling? ‘Neighbours’ is correct – ‘neighbors’ is NOT! Bah!! Enough . . . . let’s get on with it . . .
Currently we’re lying on the Left Bank . . . of ...
... d to everyone saying the first bit would be difficult. The tide had come in, so where sometimes there are small parts of the beach which get cut out and water runs up them, there was a huge cut out where deep water was running through, with the waves creating extra difficulty. Kev drove through first and then called the next car through, telling them to track exactly where he did and to drive slowly but do not stop. It was then time for car three to go - ...
... per night! We drove past the first site, "S.S Dorrigo" as we missed the turn! and pulled onto the sandy track of the last site, "M.V Sarawak" which initially seemed very full! But we discovered it was a large site alongside the beach through some trees, and we found a space that had only been vacated that morning in a beautiful open area, so we could get full sun on the solar panel that is mounted on our caravan roof. We were very lucky because we were nearly at the end of the ...