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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 ...
Today I rowed the tiny dingy out on Wallis Lake and brought back one mudcrab for dinner. This crab had some insanely strong claws and a strong will to stay in the trap. David decided that he would help me remove it from the trap and he seemed like he knew what he was doing. The crab was not impressed and casually reached over to pinch right through the tip of David's finger. David ...
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... 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 ...
... so we opted for one closer to the water with more grass. We arrived at lunchtime so a quick set up and I threw together some lunch and we spent the afternoon lounging around. Sarah and Jason came for bbq dinner and we had a great time catching up and me meeting them.
Today is Steve's birthday so we woke and he opened his presents. I got him a new lens for his camera, ...