Capricorn Dancers, Day 17 – This is winter

Day 17 Saturday 12/6/21 Palm Beach (The Kardashian Coast) Sunny Walks on the creek are lovely and it’s hard to believe that it’s winter. The sky is so bright. The pathway is busy with posers, joggers and everyone making the most of what is a long weekend. It’s still a shock for us that social distancing doesn’t seem to exist.here. We take a walk around Burleigh Heads. It’s super busy and we watch the surfers and the passing parade before meeting Woody the Elder and The Very Good Golfer at the Burleigh Heads Surf Club for lunch. We have a … Continue reading Capricorn Dancers, Day 17 – This is winter

Capricorn Dancers, Day 16 – Border, what border?

Day 16 Friday 11/6/21 Casino to Palm Beach, warm sunny The uncertainty is getting to us. Do we risk 4 days in Murwillumbah Showgrounds at $25 per night and cross the border daily with no guarantee that we can continue into Qld when we are ready to move on or do we go into Qld and stay at Tallebudgera Creek for $65 per night? We set off for Murwillumbah then change our minds and head for a border crossing. As we cruise up the Pacific Highway the car balks at the gentle hills and starts over revving. We had never … Continue reading Capricorn Dancers, Day 16 – Border, what border?

Like a Rollingstone, Day 94 – Curlew Tai Chi

Day 94 Thursday 11/8/2016, Burleigh Heads, 24 This morning I climbed the headland upper walk to the Tugun lookout. The forest is busy with Brush Turkeys even one who flies up lands on a looping vine and starts happily swinging above me. There are two Curlews that stalk our park. The moment that you lock eyes on them they freeze using camouflage to hide themselves from view but it doesn’t quite work. They look more like a couple of old ladies locked in a Tai Chi position. We drive north to Sanctuary Cove for a coffee then ogle the mansions … Continue reading Like a Rollingstone, Day 94 – Curlew Tai Chi