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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Graduation, The Mid North Coast and New England - Day 2, 9th April 2014.



Leaving Gloucester for the coast we traveled through more green hills with blue skies and lots of white fluffy 
clouds.
With a detour to Harrington and Crowdy Head we then took the dirt road through Crowdy Head National Park to North Haven. For once the road was in good condition and we were able to cruise along easily in 5th gear.
After a walk along the break-wall to make sure all was well we made ourselves comfortable at the Woongarra Motel. 




Looking back over the green hills towards Gloucester from the Mograni Lookout. 

Looking back over the green hills from the Mograni Lookout.


View from Mooney's Gap, near Tinonee.


Manning River at Tinonee.

Morning tea, Manning River, Tinonee.

Take off!

Captain Cook Bicentennial Park, Harrington.

Looking down on the break-wall and Manning Point from Captain Cook Bicentennial Park, Harrington.

Lighthouse on Crowdy Head.

Harbour at Crowdy Head.

The three brothers (mountains) named by Capt. James Cook from. South, Middle and North (Big) Brother, from Crowdy Head.

Looking along Crowdy Bay towards Diamond Head.

Enjoying the best hot chips in NSW at Dunbogan. 

They waited patiently for some chips........no sir.......too good to give to the Sea Gulls.

It's been a hard day at the office.

North Haven has gone all cosmopolitan.

New floating jetty and extended boat ramp at North Haven.

Like coming home.

 Copenhagen has 'The Little Mermaid', North Haven has....well.... Lynn.

Bringing home the catch across the Camden Haven Bar.

Wasn't too rough.

Heading for the fish Co-Op.


She-oak
He spoke
leaves are all missing.
With only needles,
sow more for a new beginning.

Spangled Drongo.

Twin hulls, no name, no markings, running against the tide as the sun sets..

Day 2, Gloucester to North Haven via Harrington. ( red line )



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