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... to an end and our thoughts are turning to seeing everyone one last time in Sydney and then to our new life in Austria. Day 59 After raining most of the night it continued this morning as we tidied up Bruce ready for giving him back tomorrow. We then drove through Kangaroo Valley but we could not see much on either side of the road. After a quick walk through the village in the rain we then continued to Fitzroy Falls where again we ...
... and Jack target shooting while Amber and I and the younger kids went into town.They had a ball. They got 15 shoots each and were very proud of themselves. On Friday Mikki and I helped Amber cook some cakes and brownies for the farmers market on Saturday. They have a stall there and sell pizza's, wraps, drinks and cakes. We called in to the farmers markets on our way out on Saturday and got ourselves some pizzas and sweets. They were delicious. Into Central Tilba ...
... Tomakin Cove and sunbathed for a while in the painful windy sand until Eva got attacked by a massive spider (in my head, it was big anyway for a beach spider so we moved a bit). Scott and I went for a nice beach run to the end where the river meets the sea and Scott saw a dog like Asta. Beach was very similar to down Albany way. We swam in the sea then Scott did some snorkelling while I topped up my tan, only saw a couple fish ...
... br> On the road and continuing south a drive east to check out Maloneys Beach. A nice place, but today it was cold. Only 20 degrees with a cool wind! So soft!
What happened. We slept in. You gotta love that fact that there is no alarm clock in the caravan.
A journey south along the coast is the go today. We visited several beaches. All good and different.
Morning smoko was had ...
... before hitting the road. We didn't stay on the road for long as our journey today was only 14 kilometres further up the coast. We had noticed that there was a campground at a place called Congo in the Eurobodalla National Park. I just had to go to the Australian Congo and check out whether there was any Umbongo! Congo itself was a tiny little town and we followed ...