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... for some photos. We then headed back to Merimbulla doing a round trip of about 23kms. Treated ourselves to dinner at the Sapphire club (bowling club) thanks to HBF paying the dentist in full. Had a little flutter on the pokies but no luck this time around.
Friday morning we decided to take a walk around Merimbulla to check out the local beaches. Plenty of hills in the mix. First was Short point, next was Middle beach past Merimbulla Long Point and ...
... certain care.
Slowly I turned Lucy around easing the main out and we came around with out the expected disaster.
Lucy took of like a shot and southward we fled.
Mimosa Rocks might be an option I said but Dave had not fixed these into the GPS.
After a hour of building seas we spotted a jutting set of rocks and a beach in the lee.
We turned in to have a look and thought we could see an ...
... Australia have names as well as numbers, somewhat like US1/Dixie Highway. We are saddened to see many dead kangaroos on the roadside. Speed limits on Australian roads, be they motorways or rural two-way roads, are a maximum 110 km/h (70 mph). Obviously if a kangaroo or koala get in the way of a speeding SUV or truck, it doesn’t stand much of a chance of survival.
We are ...
... and until yesterday, had completely gorgeous weather, but it has now turned wet and nasty. However, as it is now the beginning of winter, we should not complain. New South Wales set records for the high temperatures in May (our autumn), and I don't think it rained at all. We are visiting our old friends Ann and Gavin Brown, who have retired to this magical place. I must say I envy their lifestyle - a wonderful location, a ...
"A blow, a puff of smoke and the race is on"
- today we followed the Killer Whale Trail which took us to 5 points telling
the story of the whaling industry in Australia. No whales to be seen today, of course, with
the migration season taking place between September – November.
started at a local lookout and from here you could see across the southern
reaches of ...