This mural is next to where the ferry leaves from at Queenscliff
This looks all dark and moody, it was just cloudy but not cold, waiting for the ferry to come in.
The cloud is lifting as we crossed on the ferry, it was the smoothest crossing I have been on.
At one stage we got off the bikes and walked along the path to find a cache, only for me to realise it was 23 m up a cliff face and we had to go back and try to find another path.....which we did, I was looking for a tree, then realised I was reading the wrong clue and the cache was under the handrail where where we were standing! 🤪🤪🤪nothing like making the searching more difficult.
We saw some amazing views down over the water.
We stopped here for lunch, there was a bbq and seats just back from the beach
Just beautiful, this part of the beach was dog walking beach, several dogs were having a great time in the water.
All good things must come to an end, this is the view from the ferry heading back home.
Back home I had a birthday pink Gin and tonic, very pleasant 😁
Later that evening these beautiful flowers were delivered, thank you very much Ingrid, they are stunning and the Boronia smells wonderful.
Some sewing has been happening here,
Four more little stars are completed
This little doll and her elephant are ready to go to the Guild sales table this weekend
And this little Japanese girl will go too. The printed fabrics were in the stash I bought from a local lady a couple of years ago. Hopefully they will sell.
I had better make a move, the Supervisor is getting worried he is not going for a walk!!
Have a wonderful day.