Narooma Day Trip

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September 14th 2013
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The Narooma Golf ClubThe Narooma Golf ClubThe Narooma Golf Club

Played this course about 20 years ago
Geo: -36.2167, 150.134

Light drizzle so we decided to drive to Narooma, the first thing we did was buy a dozen oysters for each of us, $11 a dozen. Went to the park and sat under a Rotunda to eat them, it was warm but was drizzling with rain. Yum, Yum they were good.

We bought a coffee and drank it at the Surf Beach, followed by a walk around the cemetery. Mick told me, if I see his name he does not want to know about it.

We then went shopping and Mick spotted Millers with a rack of clothes for $5, yes, you guessed I could not pass by without investing in a couple of items.

Called at Eurobodella National Park, Corunna Lake, popular for its scenery and anglers, water skiers and sailors every weekend. Can understand why it would be busy in nice weather, toilets, BBQ's, tables and the lake is very scenic.

Mystery Bay - Disappearance on 10th October, 1880 of Lament H.G. Young, Geological Surveyor, Department of Mines, who with his assistant Max Schneider and three Boatmen, Frank Lloyd, Bartholomew Casey and Thomas Towers, mysteriously disappeared whilst investigating the Montreal Gold Field. The boat in which the
Narooma Surf BeachNarooma Surf BeachNarooma Surf Beach

We visited this with our children about 25 years ago
party was believed to be travelling in was found holed and abandoned near this site. Subsequently this cove was named Mystery Bay.

Tilba. Tilba Central - It is an amazing old town, the Village and much of the surrounds are National Trust classified and as a result have had their unique historical atmosphere preserved. We started at the cheese factory, tasting and bought some really nice cheese, the lolly shop and walked out with a variety of lollies, a shop with heaps of amazing wood carvings, then the old store which is still the original store and post-office that survives to this day as the beautifully restored Two Story Bed & Breakfast. We enjoyed free home-made fudge with a coffee at this store before making our way back to the Caravan Park for a nap. Hard life this!!!

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Corunna LakeCorunna Lake
Corunna Lake

Popular for Water Skiing, Scenery, Sailors and Anglers
Mystery BayMystery Bay
Mystery Bay

Five lives lost without trace in October 1880
Tilba ABC Cheese FactoryTilba ABC Cheese Factory
Tilba ABC Cheese Factory

Amazing cheese selections and items to buy, well worth a visit
The Tilba Post OfficeThe Tilba Post Office
The Tilba Post Office

Free Fudge with a coffee,

14th September 2013

What did the Z'd cheese taste like, even though it's wet it still looks awesome
14th September 2013

The Cheese is being eaten at the moment and is beautiful, the day was wet but Tilda Tilda was an amazing place to see. Love to you and the girls
14th September 2013

Mick............stop working so hard you will wear yourself out !
14th September 2013

Yep working hard and eating lots of oysters. Only seven of a dozen have worked so far. Might get my money back on the others.
14th September 2013

hey Mick, If you go to Canberra on your sojourn, I know of a brothel in Fishwick that will gladly accept your seniors card !!
14th September 2013

They will have to be gentle as the seniors card is still a virgin.
14th September 2013

Web you are naughty, he gets enough exercise without any extra curricular activity, thank you.
15th September 2013

Could you guys possibly eat any more oysters?? Love ya
15th September 2013

Hi Kate, you know we love them oysters, probably for different reasons though!! We bought Prawns and flathead tails today for a change. Love you
15th September 2013

Well Marie !! It would appear that a couple of the oysters kicked in !! Albie and I look forward to checking out the YouTube video when uploaded !!!
15th September 2013

You have told me before that you could'nt win a kick in a fight...........I don't think so. Keep a slow pace on the oysters as you want to keep the ticker going !!
15th September 2013

Webby I'm sure Albie like me are quite happy with what we have and don't have to see it in I Tube.
15th September 2013

You Tube Mick said.
15th September 2013

Working on the video but too long. We're down to an hour and a half, and that's only the highlights.
15th September 2013

Mick you are dreaming

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