The Ol Duke
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... After all this time, you would have thought he would have got his act together " but ever trip still gives me a trill!! What the funniest thing was, normally, when I am running around the house, upstairs, downstairs, CG will stay on her mat in the kitchen, and you can almost see on her face saying, ( .... Yeah, what ever, don't wake me ....) Today, she up the stairs before me, down the stairs like a rocket and into ...
... crashing below. Nice way to start the day. Many people walked, ran and took their pooches for a walk here. Steps down to the beach where apparently a certain type of shark likes to hang out were present also. We ended at Split Lighthouse which is a great site. I still think 'working'a lighthouse must have been a great job. A plaque here told us how the keeper used to put a hole in the black paint of the lantern and place it so he could sit at the pub but ensure the lighthouse ...
... Port Albany in the late afternoon with the weather clear and sunny. It was great to see some fishing boats and sailing boats come out to escort us in and there was one lone chap with Bagpipes that played for us as we were manoeuvring to dock at the Wharf. He received a big cheer from us that were all out on our balconies (port side). Was fantastic to see the people of Albany welcome us so warmly. Once we ...
... dotted with dark brown cattle or dusty grey sheep. Not very much variation...some roll and some flat.
We thought the best thing we needed to do was walk around a bit once we had dumped our suitcases. We put on our backpacks to carry our supplies back...we have a small kitchen which will be great. Just a couple blocks to the action...but it was 31 degrees and humid so we did it slowly and then on Federation ...
... writing a small book alongside the blog entitled “Rob’s Handy Hints on Driving”. I don’t think I need to say more but I think it’ll sell….
We drove 9 hours South from Sydney down the coast on Rob’s old cycle route through the Royal National Park to the coastal town of Narooma. We were staying with Eddy and Julia - close friends of ours from Arundel who moved out to Oz much to our dismay about 12 years ago. They had ...