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... never used, in the middle of the national park. After boiling 3 litres of water a saucepanful at a time, we departed at 8.30 quite stiff and sore from the 7 hours paddling the day before.
The paddling up until the walk was uneventful and the river revealed its scenic and tranquil self in increasing quantities. Then came the first of 3 notable events for the afternoon.
Shortly after resuming our paddling we approached the first ...
... at a Golf Course where Erin and I were treated to a meal out – ham and salad for $10 in the bar... and the second night at Rays Rest on the Firth of Thames – a wide estuary where the tide goes out for miles and is a haven for sea birds, usually. Unusually we saw very few this time although we had another hot and gloriously sunny day. It is easy to find as there is always a row of camper van and motor homes along the beach – and it ...
... bit larger than normal, the bathroom was wheel chair accessible and the room didn't have a lock on the inside, only the outside. Where was the kitchen and lounge? Oh, it's communal, no worries. And the electrical system in the building is a bit shot, but the emergency stop bottom by the oven should work, incase of a fire....
Our suspicions were further confirmed when we were face timing with Josh's parents and a high pitched ...
... written about children she had met, which brought a tear to the eye. We could have spent even longer looking at family photos, Paula's embroidery, Nigel's cartoons,paintings everywhere by Hope and others including by Martin. However the sun was shining and the sea was beckoning, so off we all set to the beach. A huge bay with a dramatic back drop and lovely views. The sea was warm to us from UK, so we enjoyed a swim, then more of the countryside; Martin, Paula and I ...
... well enjoy a barbecue on the big day. We had the aforesaid ham, melting in the mouth New Zealand lamb and smoked chicken with potatoes and salads. Pudding of course was a yummy Pavlova made by Margaret, as well as fresh fruit salad and cheesecake. We were joined at Pete and Rob's by Sam and Irene (who visited us in Brixham last year) and Margaret and Adrian. A good time was had by all.
Presents? Jeremy always says ...