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... ensues, we're both very relaxed.
Our last day (already!?) We fill up a few buckets of manure and drive them to the top of the garden. We dig out weeds from under the fig & apple trees, turn the soil, add the manure and mulch it over to finish. There's 9 trees in the top row to do and we get it done by lunch-time. It's very hot and actually harder work than lifting logs because of all the crouching and digging.
As a ...
... roach shadows scurry across the white kitchen top surface like random marbles on a sketch pad. Through past experience I know they'll be more under the kettle - the warmest of places on this wet and cold morning....and yes they are in abundance here. I make my tea and make my exit.
Our next day and main reason for coming is to see a live basketball match! Using some of our xmas present money we are seeing Wollongong ...
... we went for a morning walk up to a mountain lookout which was lovely. You could literally see so far in the distance with a nice view of the valley areas and farmlands and villages around, so picturesque! We came back for a brunch and then went down to the local beach- Seven Mile Beach! It was such a nice little beach with everyone surfing and some lovely houses overlooking the waters. Steve, Amy and Tom went body boarding but I stood at the ...
... our surprise we actually saw a couple of fields with sheep in them, the first we have seen in Australia! When we reached Batemans Bay we hopped out for a walk along the waterfront and looked out into,the bay at a beautiful houseboat anchored just offshore, checked out the marina and the pelicans swimming in close to the shoreline. We decided that we would pick up a few groceries then check out the beach and then continue on to Narooma, where we will stay overnight.
... few weeks we have been touched by melancholy, and occasionally that horrid cold and hollow stomach that tells you all is not fine. Friends and fellow travellers along our southern meander have been just wonderful and understanding, we thank each of you.
Berry! Now here is a picturesque small village with a deep community spirit which even the traveller can feel. It has an English countryside feel with many old brick homes encircled by ...