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... I have explained here, but all in all a great system. Now you are not allowed to camp on the beach, however, you are allowed to fish all night, if you get into your car and go to sleep, it is camping, bammm, you get a fine, but should you fall asleep in your chair with a line in the water = a tired fisherman, haha, what if you happen to be in a sleeping bag in your chair! still just a tired fisherman, gotta love breakable ...
... s place which he calls the farm. Lynn has owned it for over 20 years. The kangaroo report was accurate. About 40 Roos were in her front yard. We drove slowly and to the left off them so we wouldn't spook them, as they are easily spooked. Wow! We could see a couple of large males and a number of medium and some little ones. They watched us drive in. There was a kookaburra on the yard post too but I didn't get a photo. Lynn welcomed us in and we ...
... or mover of heavy things, I recommend recruiting one, if not three mates to help you get it up on the racks. You're back will thank you for it!
... the seniors card but decided he had better not. We could not get over The Salvation Army having loyalty cards.
The traffic on the Pacific was thick at times, Mick driving was trying to turn, waited for quite a while, then took off over the cement medium strip, whoops did not see it, amazing what he can get away with in the ute!!
At one of the op shops Mick noticed an interesting shop ...
... is flat without bubbles' you can imagine how much sparkling we consumed and what goes better with sparkling than strawberries and chocolate which we thoroughly enjoyed compliments of Hunter Valley Chocolate Co.
The next stop on the list was the Pokolbin Village but most importantly the aptly named Hunter Valley Smelly Cheese Shop. *drool* ..guh.. Cheese. Absolutely amazing cheese!
We drove literally a few hundred metres down the road to ...