Panorama Motor Inn
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It was a dark and stormy night … … well, it was day, but I'm a writer, eh.
Just like its namesake, this is a coal town, and the run down houses indicate the economy of coal mines. Vegetation has changed from tropical to lush deciduous in a pastoral setting . We drove through Kurri Kurri, a small town that has murals on many of the buildings. There’s a kookaburra in each one somewhere.
We saw a roundabout on top of an overpass. Interesting way to do ...
... we were about to roll off the edge! On night 2 there were some gale force wind warnings in effect for the Sydney and Gosford region, (that's us!), so we battened down the hatches. It blew through hard at about 11pm at night, and by day break it was a return to a paradise location. We explored the coastal and lakes region by car, and after three nights we decided to extend for another three. Cath took a day out for study at the local library while ...
Early start today. Off to visit the church were I did my course, Macquarie Life Church. Great service, (a bit different to our visit to the little Anglian church the week before), this time a congregation of about 400 and the service and worship time was very similar to Cornerstone ( a little louder) but great to give praise and ...
... s the price of a small house! One of the vans was so big and had so many extras that you could park it on your block and it would be a very comfortable shack to live in. Much too big to be driving around the streets though! Even though some of the vans had lots of bells and whistles, we decided that we still prefer the one we have. That's a nice feeling to know! Well, 4 hours later (!!!) we hit the road to head south to stay with Turvey cousins, Faye and Ron in ...
A great day with good friends Cecilia and Sergio with their lovely children, Anna and Daniel in Forester's Beach.
Moff woke up and leaped into his boat and off he went fishing!
We joined our friend inside for breakfast and lots more chatter. Cecelia suggested a walk along Cracneck Trail and so we took off. Aaron pulled with some exciting fishing stories! Ill let him ...