Eagle Heights Holiday Units
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... A set formed as we came in so I washed of speed to let it pass, then I pulled in main sheet speed us up for the run in.
Just then we passed under the headland and the wind died.
Worse still a large wave loomed behind,
Just in time a gust hit and we shot forward through the break.
on the beach now with more Abalone for dinner and a few vodkas under the belt.
only 20 mile to go.
... load the boxes of fish onto a waiting lorry. There was a huge tug boat on the wharf, which also carries out salvage and rescue work when needed and has large fire hoses fixed to the upper and lower decks.
We have had a relaxing day today with a few walks in the rainforests, where we spotted ant hills and beautiful lilies growing wild. We heard loud whistling type noises from above and eventually we made out a little green and brown bird hiding in ...
... was magic to watch the life saving boat bobbing quietly while the dolphins frolicked and splashed around them. We could tell that the lifesavers in the boat enjoyed it as much as we did, and I am sure this is would not have been the first time they have experienced it. As we had a late lunch at Eden, we only had a couple of drinks and the prawns and oysters for dinner, and yummy fudge for ...
... get us home with our eyes still open.
Paula was ready to come home a month ago when we left Perth. I was ready after we completed the Tasmania leg. It is a long time to be away even though there is something new to experience around every bend in the road. Speaking of which, we did some more of that today as we continued our journey east to Canberra, the capital city.
Today's wildlife sighting was a full grown ...
... me(& Harls) was the home made icecream-banana, coconut & honey flavour-yummo! After the long trek home(felt longer than the way there) we settled for lunch made from our recent market purchases and headed for the beach for a surf and bodyboard, Clint and Harls sitting out the back making friends with the local surfers, Torah and I nearly falling asleep on the sand-so peaceful. We watched the Swans beat the Suns-Go ...