Wednesday, 27 November 2013

Husky Holidays

I don't have much to write about puzzle-wise today, but I'm just back from a very enjoyable week's holiday with my husband at Huskisson, a little town in Jervis Bay. We stayed at our favourite B&B, run by our friends Kate and Steve.

Shark Net Beach at Huskisson is delightful, good rock pools and a great place to swim. Fossils, too!

Moona Moona Creek is one of my favourite places, wonderful padding place for kids and ridiculously timid people who don't like snorkelling in deep water (me)!

The only reason I could get this photo was the crab was dead. 
Zoooombieeee Crraaaaab!

There were, of course, many noms.

We highly recommend the Huskisson Bakery ...

One day we went out on a Dolphin Watch cruise on the bay, and saw dolphins, funnily enough! This one was riding the bow wave with the boat, fabulous to see so close up.

And the mangrove boardwalk at the Lady Denman Maritime Museum was a pleasant place to wander, looking for little red-clawed crabs, and watching the birds.

And I didn't write or solve a single cryptic clue, the whole week! Although there is still some mystery surrounding the disappearance of some Kangaroo Valley fudge ...


  1. Now I want to go and stay there :-)

    1. You would love it! They have two cats and a dog, too :)

  2. Glad you enjoyed our little section of paradise. I was out at Vincentia on Sunday, delivering our daughter (age 15) to an "assignation" with a male classmate. His family live overlooking the beach at Plantation Point. There are worse places to live in this world.

    1. It's a beautiful place, Peter! If I'd known you lived nearby, we could have got together for coffee! Maybe next time :)


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