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Since the last update in May, the "maternity leave cover" job at the Port is now mine as she's not coming back and although I do more hours, I still have the flexibility to work when I want. Kimbo still loves his job and has found himself a couple of drinking buddies (which I think has a bit to do with his love of the job)!!! I don't know how much he'll love it over the "wet season" as he spends a bit ...
... settled on Osprey camp which was right on the beach, a little sheltered and nicely spaced from the next site...perfect. The beach had a great little protected spot between two rock ledges that sheltered us from the wind and we had it all to ourselves for a while. Dave went off the beach for a snorkel and was no more than 20m out when he heard Sandra shouting and looked up to see her pointing. Assuming the worst but hoping for the best Dave yelled out "turtle!?" and received ...
... the shops and then came back to camp for another lazy afternoon. After relaxing around the camp for a while we headed back to the beach around 4pm and soon saw the West family down there. The kids were soon off playing while us adults had a drink and a chat - we had taken a couple of bottles of the Matso's cider we had bought in Broome with us and it went down very well! The 4 kids decided they would build a sand man ...
... resides with the foundations of bedrock from a prehistoric era. Striped in colour, red and orange and white and brown, designs that could match the best of any 'dad' shirt, others showcase the same colours but look as if they have melted in the beating sun, a fashion that could be displayed in any modern gallery of abstract art. Nonetheless the real reason to why I was drawn to this point was for the footprints.
The area boasts the biggest collection of ...