An invitation to lunch – at a favourite place
Whitsunday Sailing Club (Airlie Beach)
with a favourite person……gold star to you if you guessed The Golfer 😉
With down to earth cooking- maybe not quite ‘haute cuisine’.
Beer battered mackerel- freshly caught and very tasty
With views of the water and lots of expensive toys
After shopping and (for some) walking the dog in town
it’s back to the dinghy park
(or shuttle stop as I’ve heard it called) for to make their way home
Some prefer to ‘row their little boat’ back to the big one……or maybe with the cost of fuel going up they couldn’t afford to run the outboard motor this week 😊
After lunch there was the offer of a ‘pensioners delight’
70c ice cream for dessert at Maccas
See how he shares his love 😉
Time for home along a road lined with cane fields as far as the eye could see
Past road signs leading to other quiet peaceful places
and roadworks where you are rewarded with a smiley face
just for driving at the recommended speed 😊
Perhaps I’m a bit like Nero at the moment – not fiddling but enjoying my time and not being worried about the problems in other states….but by golly I’m certainly taking advantage of the peaceful way of life on offer to me at the moment
A bright warm sunny day is forecast for today…..I’m off to put some fresh lemon drink in the fridge and rest awhile. Lets just say the back has been playing up a bit so the legs aren’t working too well, which means there’s not been a lot of walking done.
Bye for now
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A little p.s. – park internet is a no show and library internet is limited. I’ve tried to find an app I can use with WordPress to compose offline ….no joy….the one I had on my previous ipad is no longer available. I can read some blogs but commenting and replying to comments is out of the question SO just letting you know I know what some of you are up to but can’t tell you so 😉😎
10 Replies to “Who could turn down”
Haute cuisine is overrated. Nothing like good old fish and chips for us two.
Blow haute cuisine, that fish looks super!
Looking at your photos I’ve just had a pang of wanderlust!! It looks wonderful out there!
Yes, that was some fine looking fish and chips. And a wonderful day, too.
It seems like a good place to make a soul happy.
Sorry to hear that your back is giving you grief – but thanks for sharing the love and the beauty.
That meal looks perfect. Haute cuisine is over-rated. (Some boat owners don’t like having petrol on board for an outboard – fire/explosion risk – and choose to row instead.)
Looks like a lovely time was had! I’m glad to know both of you are well and venturing out, Cathy. Take care!
I could sink my teeth into your dinner and the view is amazing. Enjoy.
happy to hear you’ve at peace where you are currently vacationing
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