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... sauce for dipping. This is seriously food of the gods. It is also food of the seriously large booti(e). So back to good intentions. We now run a 10k, do weights, do intervals and run a 5k every week. 5k day is a treat, second only to no k days. And we are parked on the most amazing beach. So, romantic visions of running along the beach at sunrise, hair blowing gently in the ...
... Erroh!! After letting out a few cries, David left me on the porch to stare down the mad and highly mobile crab. It skittered about the pavers and waved its massive claws at me as if to say, "You want some of this?" What an amazing creature. Crab will be the last dinner I have with the Gimmels. David told me a story the other day that I am sure I will think alot about while I am on the bike. ...
... 8217;s Altbier Amber Ale (WA)
192. Matso’s Lychee Beer (WA)
193. Matso’s Chilli Beer (WA)
194. XXXX Gold (QLD)
195. NT Draught (QLD)
196. Toohey’s Old (NSW)
197. Guinness (Ireland)
... here we had a drive along the coast through Paciffic Palms and traipsed up to Sugarloaf Light House only 600m but they forgot to tell you about the last leg which is a very steep climb to reach the top, and lookout over seal rocks.
A detour off onto the banks of Smith Lake was lunchbreak with the ...
... know that they need a sign to warn others.
Next we stopped at a nice grassy area with views of the beach for lunch. We then worked our way back towards Tuncurry Forster stopping on the way for a look and photo's. We called into Smiths Lake, Boomerang Beach, Pacific Palms, Elizabeth Bay before heading for Cape Hawke Lookout. The walk to the lookout was quite steep and it became a bit much for Sue who rested and waited for us not far from the top. The ...