SUNDAY 10 DECEMBER COFFIN BAY
In the morning, we worked on Xmas card making, and I cooked some chicken pieces for tomorrow.
After lunch, went to bowls. There were few people, due to there being a couple of large parties on today. So we just had practice with another man. It was a good practice.
Storm clouds built up during the afternoon, and there were a few drops of rain.
Fuelled up Truck – $1.03cpl.
Back at camp, we packed up much of the stuff around the van and the inside.
Then we went on the Oyster Walk, around to the jetty.
Due to the clouds, the sunset was superb, and the reflections on the water were brilliant. Of course, I did not have the camera with me.
The sunset was a nice “goodbye” from here – and, essentially, the end of the trip. It really does feel like this is the end, as what is left is only a few days of driving and overnight stops.
For tea, I cooked John whiting, I had a tin of tuna and we had salad.