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... couldn't judge to well to jump. He had arthritis or something too and could retract his claws which was a bit of a problem.
After we left Murwillumbah we had 3 weeks to get down to Melbourne so we went wine tasting in Mudgee (what else). Stayed out on a river reserve which was part of the Long Paddock, a little known fact that the Long Paddock is crown land and anyone can camp on it for three days. We were right in the middle of the wine area and a herd of cows. ...
... Next it was up the sandy slope to see the famous 'Surf Club' owed and run by the long staring Alf Stewart! Sadly there was no filming on the beach that day so our chances of becoming Home & Away extras were diminished but it was great to see this yellow sanded beach anyway it in the flesh and have a good sing song!
Next stop, Sydney and the ever impending question..."where we gonna sleep tonight?!"
... where we had booked a Hostel.
Another stop along the coast at Yamba we used to check out the Pippi Beach and found a little cafe/bar in the backyard of a house.
Here we had another short break and enjoyed some live music in the shade of a tent and had some lemonade.
From here I was given the driving position for the last 200 km or so. I especially enjoyed the last couple of ...
... the light flits off as the angle changes further down the canyon and another picture appears. A ripple on the water, the constant sound of rushing water, film like showers fall around you with sunlight dappling through from the hanging gardens of the rainforest overhead. It really is a magical place.
Needless to say the girls were in their element - just loving splashing about and squealing a lot with the cold and excitement. Jumping off little waterfalls, slithering down ...
... of Vicki’s book launch about the animals living in an area of the beach called “The Fleet”.Then unfortunately our time was up with Vicky and Kevin
Thurs 28th we took the train to Woking to stay with Kath and John. Well did we talk as we hadn’t seen these two for 35yrs although we have been in frequent contact. It all felt quite natural as though it was yesterday The next nite M and I went to a production just arrived from the West End ...