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... will tell the story. Headed home for a lazy afternoon's stroll to the beach entrance to Coill's Inlet. We had sundowners overlooking our spectacular view before going to 'Lucys' Chinese restaurant for her speciality dumplings and pork bun.
A late start to Sunday morning, due to a nip in the air, for the planned cycle ride. Jumped on the bikes and cycled towards the Croajingolong National Park where we did about 6 kms until the path turned into a ...
... added it to our lunch, which we stopped for shortly afterward. At 1.30pm we got going again and completed the last part of the rocks. The remainder of the walk was on beach.
Erin and I had a swim in that first bay and the water was cool, but very pleasant and refreshing! We set off again and the sand was a great texture for walking - we've decided that between 1 and 3pm on this tidal cycle gives the best sand resistance for easy walking. While we wouldn't be ...
... where the track became hard to discern, but given you popped out at the inlet within 50m it wasn't much of a problem.
We arrived at the inlet around 3.30pm; perfect timing to organise our packs, change into bathers and ford the inlet at low tide. Erin and Simon went ahead to test the way, then we followed with our packs on our heads. I only got wet up to my waist, a few of us found deeper parts of the sand bar and submerged to their chests. Again, this crossing was ...
... of scones. Success!!
Here's how we successfully mastered the camp oven:
Warming the camp oven first we also placed some heat beads in the camp fire. We used heat beads with the camp oven to control the cooking temperature. Until we become experts in understanding a camp fire we’ll use the heat beads. We also had a separate hole next to the camp fire for the camp oven cooking again this is for ...
Apart from the growling koala in the caravan park, one of the key characters around Mallacoota during the week was a fur seal which seemed keen to hang around the boat ramp. I suppose there were plenty of scraps from the fishing vessels to be enjoyed.
He certainly provided a good deal of entertainment for the visitors however the fish had scarpered from the waters around the wharf, much to the disappointment ...