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... bench with a lookout between the trees. As I turned to look at the bench the plaque read "Life Is A Journey" and underneath it said "In recognition of people with dementia, their carers, families and friends." At the top there was an emblem for Alzheimer's Australia. I've mentioned in other posts about grief and how it just hits you out of nowhere and it did for a short while as a sat on the bench and reflected. But it wasn't just grief I felt. It was happiness and it was a ...
... the Tourist Info place, which was 5 km past town. (Great planning to place it on the way out), and the lady was busy with some one.
Waited a while, then decided the weather is poor and the place depressing. We have been ignored long enough, so now it is time to move on. It is ideal driving weather, so decided to continue on to Port Macquarie. There you go, horses for courses. Days for resting and soaking up sunshine, and others for foot on the pedal and go go go.
... the longest stretch of our trip today. It was over 4 hours on the road with a couple of stops on the way. I was very, very good... until about 15 minutes to go. Like dad said "better than an hour and 15 minutes!". Probably because I didn't have a nap.
I did entertain myself quite well. I even balanced a ball on my head for about 20 minutes. I was quite impressed with myself.
But we got ...
... photographs turned out a little dark. Photoshop may have to be utilised! We called into the Tacking Point Lighthouse. No longer in use, but a great viewing point. Lighthouse Beach looked like the pick of the beaches.
Back to the caravans. We were going out for dinner with the Freeman's. A family we met quite a few times (7) whilst on our holiday last year. Port Macquarie is their home town.
We headed out, a short walk along the boardwalk to the Town Green Inn to ...
... there we made lunch then Louis and I had a fish while Emma sun bathed but after an hour of no luck we packed the rods away and went and joined Emma. It was still breezy but if you sat in the right spot it was scorchio after toasting our selfs for a couple of hours we decided to go to lighthouse lookout to look at the views. It was very breezy up there so it was a quick bailout the van take a photo then ...