Day 120 - Friday 29th July.
It was a mild night, but my sleepingbag was still OK.
We both awoke about 7am and laid in bed and watched Sunrise on Ch7, this is the norm.
Today, we plan to look for caches at Moolooolaba, so we left camp at 10:05am and headed for the spit at Mooloolaba. Our first cache
was in the park at the spit and hidden under tree roots. We found it. Next cache was out the front of the Mooloolaba shops on the
Mooloolaba Esplanade on the beach side. We found it and then had a coffee at Gloria Jeans and then visited a couple of shops. Our
last cache was located at the HMAS Brisbane memorial. We found it, so it was a great day, we found the 3 caches.
We had lunch back at camp about 1pm and after lunch, I decided to go for a ride, back to Point Cartwright lighthouse via the coastal bikepath.
About 2kms from camp, I nearly ran over a snake, first impression, it was a Fierce snake aka Inland Taipan (The world's most deadliest snake).
see photo. After getting over the shock, I continued my ride to the Mooloolaba River spit, opposite where we were looking for caches. It was
33kms and another great day for a ride.
Ok, it wasn't a Fierce snake, looking at the photo, it appears to be a legless lizard.
We had happy hour with our neighbours (Bob and Val) and after dinner, Marg and I watched the Lucille Ball movie "The Long Long Trailler",
it is about a couple who are living in their rig and she collects rocks. Sounds familiar. It is quite funny.
Dicky Beach photos here.
Photos taken while out cycling.