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... seagulls were keeping a keen eye and when one got a bit close we suggested Lotte wave at it - instead she threw and entire cream cheese roll its way, so Mr Gull got an early Christmas present (though he did nearly choke on it and had to fight off other interested parties....).
On the way back across the beach we let Lotte run through the surf, which is now her favourite beach activity.
We made our way back ...
... wherever else to snuggle up and even give a little playful peck at a beard hair or two just to say, "Hey buddy. I'd sure like some of what you're having." But they seemed pretty patient in working you over too. And they did work me over... more than once...
So, I'm now out of the Prom and cycling in the Melbourne direction - which is getting much ...
... in there and the nice staff.
When packing my backpack again I also tried to get rid of some things I would not need any longer: one pair of very old thongs from Darwin, my ballerinas, a heavy travel guide and the hunger games book that I bought in Adelaide. I also decided to send a parcel home with letters for my family and souvenirs. As well I put my beloved Esprit towel in it which I did not use a single time since being in Australia, my night dress and a pair of ...
... We spent the afternoon chatting and her friends turned up, Emma showed me around town and seemed to introduce me to the whole town, they were all lovely people and I got invited to drinks at one house then a BBQ at another. Which was great! So it's probably worth mentioning that after I got that lift from Bill, the Princes Highway was shut at Cann River and further along at Orbost, which had been my original destination. Also parts of Orbost got evacuated. It's fair ...
We weren't going far, our destination was up the coast, in Cape Liptrap National Park, at Bear Gully campground (there are bears in Australia?!). It was a free campground with the beach next door, and a view of Wilson's Prom.
We got to the campground around 10am, after driving through more farm lands. Sheep with a view of the ocean. Cows with a view of tidal rivers and lakes. The campground was completely full to ...