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... has a new bike with an electric motor :) George is about 83 and is amazing and this new bike, once he gets used to it, will make his trip to the shops easier. And then, I met Rita raking up leaves, she is also amazing, 91 and still tending to her yard :) Anyway, finally home, put the bins out, fed the girls, put on some washing, folded most of Jayne's washing and then a sit in front of the fire with a nice glass of wine and a bag of Smiths Chips ...
... selfie" photos and family group photos, whilst missing the whole point of being in front of this majestic view of nature. A really horrible experience, only equalled by visiting the Mona Lisa at the Louvre. We had a little time to kill before we had to book in to our Katoomba camp site, so went to look at the weirdly named "Gouvert's leep" which is viewing area and walk around a smaller waterfall in the area. And so to bed said ...
Cloudy. High (70%) chance of showers, most likely this morning and afternoon. Winds southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h becoming light in the middle of the day then becoming southeasterly 20 to 25 km/h in the early afternoon. 7.30am 11.6 degrees feels like 10 It's raining ! Graham didn't go out this morning and we lay around cuddling and snoozing, I got up and made us a nice cup of tea plus toast and honey, delivered to Graham in bed :) That was a lovely wet morning ...
The day was forecast to be lovely so we decided to do a walk along the coast to manly on the way There we saw some aboriginal art scratched into the rock there was a kangaroo,a whale, two fish and a boomerang. The best part was during lunch when an eastern water dragon turned up and i spent ages feeding it pieces of tomato. We then went to the beach to have a BBQ we were looked at strangely by Australian men as we put vegetables on the BBQ. Then we went back home after a very hot ...
... for the night surrounded by the charms of yester year in The Vulcan Hotel. Built in 1853 it underwent a full renovation in 1912 by local architect F. J. Veall. Clan members can freshen up in the communal bathroom in the rear courtyard before going to their rooms upstairs and dressing for dinner. Following dinner entertainment will be provided by local DJ MC Bwlchgwyn who will play is collection of Max Boyce LP’s for everyone’s dancing pleasure