Element on Coolum Beach
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... Dave won three golf balls for his NTP.
My cousin, Vernyse who lives in Coolum cooked us a nice roast pork dinner one night. It was good to catch up with her and hear some gossip from her side of the family.
It was my turn to visit the dentist here. Managed to lose a filling while testing out the pork crackling. Luckily I managed to get an appointment with the local dentist and it is all filled again now.
David decided it was time ...
... on the fire and got veges ready for dinner while everyone relaxed near the fire. We all had a lovely dinner thanks to dad and the help of mum. We got the wood-stove started and took our mattresses out of the caravan and put them upstairs. We got some candles started so we had some light to guide us. We sat toed into bed, mum blow out the candles and it was time for forty winks all round. (Forty winks means ...
... s accommodation here so that the daughters can cook up a fish feast for us all tomorrow night. Now that's a tempting idea!!!! Unfortunately Clive Palmer missed out on seeing us today as the roads were totally clogged with traffic as everyone in Queensland drove to have a look at his Palmersaurus exhibition, - being free entry this weekend. We would have had to walk miles to get there, so decided to give it a miss. Sorry Clive, maybe another ...
... morning teas and lunches. Its amazing how far $10 p.p goes. We actually got a whole week of morning teas and lunches out of that (not bad budgeting)
It was a very hot week and we soon realised how easy it was to get dehydrated, so on regular intervals I would go around with glasses of water and wait till it was all drunk. It was actually good to be reminded to stop and ...
... car to in a couple of days time. It was also at this point that the road became 'Bruce Highway’.
Our first stop along the Sunshine Coast was in the seaside village of Scarborough, this is a very upmarket area where houses are huge and come with their own jetties for private boats.
Throughout out road trip, as we have travelled north we have noticed the temperature increasing. By now we would definitely be ...