On Our Walks

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  • kitkatbkitkatb Member Posts: 423
    Willy Wagtails @arpie are meant to be the " teller of secrets "   when they come near you. xox
  • arpiearpie Mid North Coast, NSWMember Posts: 2,859
    Well, I didn't know that, @kitkatb !!   Maybe he told me where the fish were - I had a blast!!  About to go out again today!!!

    I had a slow leak in the yak after that outing but a local panel beater was able to locate the weak spot & did some plastic welding on it & now, back in the game!   :)   NEVER fun when you find a bucket of water inside your yak!  grr

  • kitkatbkitkatb Member Posts: 423
    My husband is indigenous @arpie and he has lots of little gems like that which have been passed down.
    Glad you got your Yak sorted out.  Hubby home in a couple of weeks and got a few day trips planned on the water.  :)   Have just spent a day in the spare room cleaning all of his fishing gear up which had virtually spread over the entire floor. I always vow I am not going in there again but i always do when it gets the better of me. I even get lures in the bathroom and toilet when he is working on a new design.  :/  
  • kmakmkmakm MelbourneMember Posts: 7,354
    We now have a French exchange student for five weeks so I've been showing her around a bit. Not much $$ available so we've been doing scenic walking...

    Brighton Dog Beach last week:



    Warrandyte last week:



    And the Yarra Valley on Sunday:


  • jennyssjennyss Western NSWMember Posts: 537
    Dear @Zoffiel, @kmakm and @Patti J, Thanks for the photos - the trees, the water, the views: beautiful!

  • Patti JPatti J Member Posts: 506
    Where is that @Romla?
  • RomlaRomla AdelaideMember Posts: 1,904
    The photo is Moana Beach South Australia about 20 kilometres south of Adelaide. Many summer weekends of my childhood I spent there.
  • SisterSister Adelaide Hills, SAMember Posts: 4,176
    Hard to recognise without the cars @romla.  I used to go down there so often as a kid with my friends.  Their parents would load  all the kids in the street into the stationwagon (no seatbelts to worry about) and take us down there for a day of bodysurfing.  Then usually home via the Onkaparinga sandboarding hills (with homemade boards) or on a couple of occasions, the strawberry farm.
  • Blossom1961Blossom1961 VicMember Posts: 1,189
    @kmakm We used to see them all the time when we did the bigger walk behind the Cafe in the Dandenongs.
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