Now that my return to the Big Smoke is imminent – in between writing this I’m packing boxes, cleaning out cupboards and trying, and failing miserably, to clean the front windows (WHAT is the secret?) – I thought I would share some photos of a few of my favourite coastal views, things and places. So sit back and take a little tour with me:
Morning view of the ‘Back’ Beach – popular with surfers, walkers and dog walkers
Bertie on his morning walk
I have a collection of stones at home, but in the interests of de-cluttering, left this one on the beach.
Can’t see the wood for the trees? Moonah Woodland along the coastal path.
Anglesea River – a very different vibe from the beach
Life by the river was very tranquil until Bertie noticed there were ducks in the water…
Leafy glades, butterflies, birdsong, dappled sun and trees bring fairy tales to mind.
Anglesea General Store – I recommend their breakfasts, ginger and lemon hot toddy and take-home meals such as slow-cooked beef cheeks. Yum!
Freshly picked olives at McGain’s Organic Shop
Not quite Vidal Sassoon but they rescued my hair from a previous hatchet job!
My love affair with op shops continues. Here I found books, an Arzberg bon-bon dish, a drape for my sofa and an ovenware dish for Shepherd’s pie, my menu du jour when I had visitors.
Looking towards Aireys Inlet and the Lighthouse
The garden at Mr T’s café in Aireys Inlet – ‘Easy as a Sunday morning’…
And the last word goes to Bertie – Do we have to leave tomorrow, Mum?