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North Haven Next

Blue mountains to North Haven

Well up we go, had a nice breakfast then planned our route out of the blue mountains, we were hamperd a little with the bush fires that were curently raging so decided to make for the coast.
Hunter valley Via Wisemans Ferry was the route we chose, (ok then a friend suggested it) nice trip and some lovely places down the Hunter valley but we needed to press on, I was a little confused but we had to cross on a ferry to get to Wisemans ferry, this threw me off a little (blonde moment)but the trip was nice taking in some lovley views along the way.
Wisemans ferry apeared out of the blue,,,,big river too and was not expecting the place to be so nice.

this is the veiw on the ferry we used to get to wisemans ferry.

on the ferry crossing at wisemans ferry.

some nice bush and landscapes followed but we needed to press on to a camp site.
Singleton was the place we ended up. sorry Singelton but we rushed through a little and we did not give the place the time it needed for us to see things,
Following morning we set off for the coast again and finaly made it to North haven.
What a camp site, lovely place in fact we stayed 2 nights.
There was a cracking beach and estuary where I could not resist the tempation of having a go at fishing.

yep, sorry for those of a faint disposition, I should have given a warning!!!! thats me fishing.

I must have looked like I knew what I was doing, unless the Pelican came to laugh at me.

even the dolphins came to laugh at me. sorry for the poor picture but catching a dolphin with a didgy camera.....not on.

Yes i put all the fish back, we went to the supermarket and bought meat for the barbie honest.

Can i just say at this point, the Barie facilertys where second to none,

back in the uk we had never seen the likes and we found the Barbies to be great fun.
Even Hilary thought they where spot on and also enjoyed my cooking,,,,,its a mans thing the barbie.
we did quite a lot of walking on the beach and even walked from the camp site round to Laurieton I think they called the other side of the estuary,,,,,,God my Hilary made me have it with the walking that day. and it was red hot too.
could not fault North Haven and hope it stops like that forever.
We had to retire to the bowling club for lunch and beers that evening, we were getting into the swing of things now.

Posted by garry moll 00:48

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