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Kinka Beach - Saturday of the long weekend

Drizzly all day


Sat 11 Jun Kinka beach
Drizzling today. Went into Rocky to meet up with Jim's Mom & sister who are driving our Jeep back to Sydney for us and taking the opportunity to visit so relos on the way.
They can't turn on the Jeep heater and can't work out the GPS so we're meeting at 11am at The Coffee Club for brunch and some training on the Jeep.  Surprising since Jaime until recently had a Cherokee which I would have thought was not much technically different from a Wrangler.
Jimmi and Jaime had the Eggs Benedict, Shirley the mushrooms & haloumi, and I had a Thai Beef Salad - good brunch.
We dropped into the disposal shop after leaving the girls, for more sand pegs, ours are too small.
On the drive, Emu Park Road, to Kinka Beach we took a detour to Keppel Sands. A wide and long stretch of beach so the boys could run and be silly. Still drizzling and cool. Great heater in the Defender.
Back home at about 2.30pm and decided on a nap an hour later.
Jimmi phoned Dad from his iPad and taught him how to use FaceTime. Michele & I set up a MobileMe account for her & Pa.
Dinner was the leftover sauce from last night's Horizon marinated rissole & crushed tomato sauce, adding marinated fireroasted capsicums and gnocchi (gluten free from the Super IGA). the gnocchi tasted like Deb potato when it goes gluggy. Not bad but not inspiring although sauce was yummy.
We went to bed around 11pm and it's been light rain or drizzle all evening. Nothing depressing or constricting. We still took the boys for short walks.

Posted by Jimandtina 01:40 Archived in Australia

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