WEDNESDAY 4 AUGUST MESA CAMP
The wind dropped during the day, but came back at night.
There was great news for us this morning – we were able to move across to the “good side”. Very happy about that!
It was not too much hassle to move. We walked a lot of the camp stuff across. The biggest task was taking the awning down, then re-erecting it. But it was certainly worth the effort.
We were right on the end of the row there – Site 14. We had a view to the sea – distant, across a bit of a dry inlet. Could also see to the Cape Range behind the flat coastal strip.
After that, had the usual sort of day – walking, fishing, reading.
I was not really tempted to swim here, despite the heat. I wasn’t sure about the currents – or the things that live in the sea!
The campground hosts caught a crayfish and had it out to show us. They were allowed to put out cray pots.
In our new site, at night, we could just hear the sound of the sea, to go to sleep by.