TUESDAY 13 APRIL CEDUNA
The day was cloudy.
It was a day to rest from bowling, and to go for a little drive.
Filled with diesel – 96cpl.
I posted a parcel of books that I wanted to keep, home. Sent a knitted vest for the baby, to daughter, and a postcard off to grand daughter.
We then drove out along the coast to the west of here – through Denial Bay village, to Davenport Creek. Although the country was flat and dry, it was an interesting and varied trip.
Denial Bay was a cluster of houses, and a jetty.
Davenport Creek was a sort of swampy, tidal inlet, creating an arm of land between it and the ocean and beach. We did a little driving on the Ocean Beach, and a bit of harder, scarier (for me) track driving through the scrubby dunes.
That little outing was enough, and after that it was back to camp.