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... kms away but not affected
From Brisbane we left with Margaret & Lionel for Sippy Downs (10 km west of Mooloolaba) and onto a private site owned by a friend of theirs who is a very wealthy and very generous Queensland civil engineering contractor - they use part of this site to dump construction materials
There were also another 8 vans and RV's there so we had some really good nights with roaring fire, plenty of ...
... keep cool.
At the side of the seaside path there were several electric BBQs. The idea fascinated me. One could take some meat and cook it without the fuss of firewood, risk of fire, and cleanup worries. City workers came later to clean them.
The main drag in Caloundra had many small restaurants and we decided to try a new pizza shop. The half Lebanese, half Italian owner convinced us to try his special called the "Blue Sky". ...
... purchase it from the pharmesy then go back to the doctors to get them to do it. This is going to be expensssive!!!!
Thursday wanted to get outside and have a wander outside. Went for a massively nice long walk with Poppy (Claire dog) and Will, walked all the way from Redcliffe to Scarborough which was quite a way in the lovely sunshine, got some lunch, poppy was an absolute babe. Grabbed my vaccination (needles weren't ...
... at his best, plus many more :)
Sunday, standard Sunday, busy shift, met people next door for drinks after then getting harassed by Harpreet during my 'wifi freebee' session at work with my laptop, asking me a million questions whilst I am trying to concentrate.... Harpreet... me on and only favourite indian!
Lots of photographs to follow, however laptop battery low so will upload soon... Christmas in 2.5 days...what the ****?!?!?!?!
... of course. I didn't quite make it to the town however, as a few things distracted me on the way - first Queensland Equestrian centre, and second signs pointing to "Glass House Mountains Lookout". I had seen some big hills looming on the horizon back at Scarborough. The area around Beerburrum was quite forested, so I could only get a few glimpses. Even better, my GPS was indicating something called "The Lookout café" just a few miles on, although ...