Pelican Sands Scamander
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... of the Bay of Fires. The Bay of Fires, we were told, is a 50 km stretch of white sanded beach, surrounding crystal clear water. The beach was dotted with orange-coloured granite stones that has been coloured from lichen. It sounded like it would be an amazing thing to sea.
When we stopped at the Bay, or Larapuna as the aboriginals call it, we could do nothing more than stand and gape. It was such a wonder that ...
... which was delicious...
We came home past the Shop in the Bush and I did not go in as I knew it was dangerous for our finances..
We came back to St Helens and filled the car full of Fuel...
The wind was so strong that when we went to the waterfront to see the boats Dave opened the drivers door and a gust of wind took it out of his hand nearly breaking his fingers... The end result is the drivers door ...
Another magical day on the apple isle. We woke to pouring rain, thunder and lightning. By the time we set off two hours later the sun was shining, blue skies.
Our plan was to head for Jeneret Beach at the Bay of Fires today. We know the weather is going to be a bit ordinary for the next couple of days, we want a few days off driving. Saturday we are looking forward to seeing Sharon's cousin Leanne, for lunch in St ...
We stayed at Bay of Fire last time we were in Tassie, and it was so beautiful that we knew we had to come back. We have allotted two days here – this time we are prepared however and bring wood, extra water and 12 fresh St. Helens oysters which Ron shucks like a pro for our first lunch. This place is completely BYO. No showers, no water, but the camping is free and the views are incredible. They do provide ...
... mix 1 cup of self raising flour, quarter cup of milk, a sprinkle of mixed herbs and a pinch of salt together to form a firm dough. Shape and lightly dust the outside with flour and place into the camp over and cover. Cook in medium hot coals including some on the top of the camp oven for approx 20-25 mins. The damper is cooked when it has a golden crust and an inserted knife comes out clean.