Cape Leveque. A rather spectacular place
on this planet to visit. Plenty of beach relaxing, swimming, crab catching,
frisbie playing, eagle spotting, trochus shell gathering, lighthouse admiring,
star gazing, campfire cooking, marshmallow toasting, rocky road riding fun.
Visited the Ardyaloon Aquaculture center at One Arm Point . The trochus shells
easy to find on our beaches can be polished to become something amazing!
The children (and their parents!) really enjoyed their 'touching pool'. So many
amazing creatures live in the depths of the mighty sea. The beach at One Arm
are still, and crystal clear. We really loved it up here.
So after camping out at the beach for a week, in a tent, covered in sand from morning
till night, cooking on a campfire, sleeping under the stars - and what do i have to say?
Well.........i miss it. I think the comforts of home are glorious, but what can compare
with living, literally, under the stars, with the only flooring you know the natural
earth. Your clock becomes the sunrise and sunset, which are nothing less than a
religious moment to beckon your being to relax, reflect, respect.
I am ready to go camping again, YES !
(DID you see the eagle in the first picture? up on the roof of the beach hut)