Is where hubs and I ventured today to enjoy what could only be described as a perfect day. Not a cloud in the sky, brilliant sunshine and a cool breeze rustling through the trees which all make for good bush walking weather.
Heading off on the mangrove boardwalk
One of the many picnic areas to be enjoyed
A walk across the bridge brings you to a marina to view some of the boats gently bobbing up and down
Time to head back and see what was on offer at the cafe for lunch.
Along the way we were joined by one of the locals
All this walking works up a hunger and thirst. I opted for the the pumpkin and spinach quiche
Hubs has a weakness for lasagne so his day was made
Needless to say that dinner will be a very small offering tonight.
On our way home was both said that all this lovely area is only 35 minutes from our front door so we will make sure that we make a return visit very soon.
I did make a stop on the way home to purchase some buttons for some jackets that I am currently making for bub for the cooler weather.
I will be back shortly with some piccies and in the meantime happy sewing.
Friday, March 27, 2015
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What a lovely place,so glad you had a wonderful day xx
You certainly have a lovely spot almost at your back door!! This time of year is made for bush walking. Yummy food!!
Lovely spot,but some very strange locals! Delish looking food!
Looks like such a gorgeous spot for a good walk Karen... very handsome 'local'!!
I think I'm remembering that we used to go there for days out when I was a young'un in the mid-70s
What a beautiful place to have so close to you. It looks like a little paradise to me... except for the reptile that is! Good food too... I'd be fighting your hubby for that lasagne... looks delish! :) xxx
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