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... a leg or two
that endearing quivering stretch,
then resumes her slumber.
6.40, first car passes, heard not seen
the rippling of leaves
an intermittent cawing still, some distant birds conversing;
a second car and now a third, heading work-ward.
... and Whitehaven beach. The view is actually spectacular - one of the best we've seen on our trip and it's great to be up there watching the Sting Rays in the waters below. Ah we are so lucky!
We meander back down and we're back on the boat to our 3rd stop which is snorkeling off the coast of Hook Island - which is still barrier reef territory. Terry and I jump in together first and we're not very impressed by the coral and the marine life. ...
... a far bigger fish on a whole Pilchard and Lachlan scored his first fish on a popper but unfortunately it was not a Barra ( Still to confirm the species).
After fishing we quickly packed up and gave Shirl some minor assistance in getting her van ready whilst John and Justin were returning from dropping off their camper.
By lunch we had all arrived and that included our good friends Kim and her ...
... tall cycads, which, if my understanding is correct, must be hundreds of years old. The track led to Coral Beach and we could see why it was so called. A cyclone in 2005 deposited a large amount of broken coral in a ridge high on the beach. You could walk further for 700meters and ascend a hill, the Beak, for a lookout over Shute Harbour and the Whitsundays. T didn't want to go so I left her on the beach and charged off on my own. The view when I ...
... of dressy thong like with beads and stones on the front in a nice teal colour, so we both scored. Well done. We head back again and I do a little bit of painting, I had a couple of small canvas boards, so I thought I would paint the azure kingfisher that we had seen at cape Tribulation. So I sketch them onto my boards and put some paint onto one of them. We then head to town for dinner as I ...