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Got to be so quick as we have wifi in our camp site but only gives you the smallest time allowance! All fine, loving our cruising and the views we are seeing. At a beautiful hidden gem called Port Maquarie then head to Byron Bay tomorrow. Then Sat ...
... We had thought we would have an early surf, but seeing the rain lashing down and the trees bending to snapping point in the wind we decided maybe we shouldn't and went back to bed. As we emerged for breakfast at midday we jostled for position in the kitchen with those also avoiding the rain but making lunch. There has not been any rain for 4 months and the forest fires here are very bad, so we couldn't be dismayed as the rain helped ...
... must have helped him.
We visited the Cassegrain Winery next. Wow, haven't they got some really nice tasting red wine. We bought some and moved on.
A stop at the oyster shop was had. Dave was happy. The oysters looked delicious.
Back to the caravans to freshen up because dinner was at the Freeman's.
What a great BBQ. Jeff can cook up a storm. Kieran also had a hand in that too. It was a great evening. The next thing we knew, it was 22:30hrs. We ...
... set off "hot foot" for Coopernook. Found a good spot and did not have to unhitch. Arrived at 3.30pm after 340km. Late afternoon I met, Nev & Audrey, Alan & Gaye, and Mike & Rikki Moffitt (with a Discovery 2) and we all sat round a fire they made & had a beer (Coopers). After cold chicken & salad it was back to the fire (very cold evening, parkas - the lot!) for a port and a chat. Retired at 9.15pm ...
... and Clyde, who we met at Home Valley Station, (North Western Australia), casually invited us back to their place after some serious toad busting in the Kimberleys. Little did they know, that we take invitations quite seriously and made sure that we would have enough time to catch up with them again, on the east side of the island.
We had an extremely relaxing 3 days in "The Hideout" which is another reference to Bonnie and Clyde. Lovely meals shared ...