Sandpiper Ocean Cottages
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... we were only one of two couples on the beach. Now this was more like it. The other couple were French Canadians walking with their baby. So cute was little Alice, she seemed most content being lugged around by daddy.
We had a snack down at the end of the beach. Stunning views all around us.
Proceeding on we continued around Fleurieu Point and around Great Oyster Bay. There were a couple of easy creek crossings, and some up and down sections, ...
Gale-force winds and rain is so much fun when camping!
So northbound looking to tuck away at a beachside camp stopping at a quaint but slightly yuppie river village of Orford for Valentine brekkie. And then as we drove through Little Swanport and into Swansea, there was a torrential downpour; couldn't see in front; nowhere to ...
... We shall see how long we stick it out.
Either way it was a beautiful day, fabulous to meet Leanne and Ted and a fantastic drive. We ain't complain' that is for sure.
Sunday and Monday:
Allan was quite poorly so we didn't do much. Sharon had a few walks down to the beach, particularly in the early morning. She likes to take loads of photos so that was fun. Allan jjoined her when he was up to it.
A few small drives also peaked our interest as ...
... out own cabin with view out onto Oyster Bay. Our rooms are to die for. I will be taking a bath in the Jacuzzie tub tonight. Bill and I chilled with our bottle of wine and a knock came to the door and there was a maiden bearing gifts of fudge. Really! It was perfect with our wine. The sound of the bay waves, the wine, the man I love, ok, I'll stop there but you get the picture. Romance is in the ...
... east and stopped for lunch at The Pub in The Paddock! A Tassie icon and the girls were in awe that it was built before the motor car was invented!! BEST country cooked meals ever! We all left with warm, full bellies and didn't have to have dinner that night.
Continuing east, we arrived at the Bay of Fires Conservation Area, Swimcart Beach campground (Stop #25 in our camp book). Absolutely beautiful spot. Beachfront on the spectacular coastline ...