Tuesday 11th JuneIt was cool through the night, but lovely and sunny during the day. You've just got to love this winter weather. Clive did the Banksia Track walk which is in the Burrum Coast National Park - Woodgate Section. It took about an hour and ten minutes and was about 6.2km. He said that he was the only one there, as there were no cars in the car park and the only things he saw and heard were birds and a kangaroo, which managed to hop away before he could get a picture. We went for a drive in the afternoon, firstly to Walkers Point. On the way to Walkers Point driving on the Esplanade we spotted a kangaroo on someone's front lawn, eating/mowing the grass for them. We drove to the boat ramp and took some photos of the islands in the river. (Clive - oh for a boat. Gai would become a fisherman's widow). Driving along the foreshore we also saw a Thong Tree. Different, but is this the place where old thongs go to die, get married or are they just a single one that's lost it's partner? A few trees down someone has started another tree that only has bands of red and yellow thongs on it. Then we went to the other end of Woodgate Beach - Theodolite Creek. Again, another great area to launch the boat and do some fishing. (Might have to come back here with a tinnie, if Gai will let me?). Clive went down to the beach tonight, as it we had some nice clouds and it looked like we would get a decent sunset. So off he set with camera in tow, but in the end it was a nothing special sunset. Better luck tomorrow, maybe.