(Random walikes in Woy Woy)
The clouds piled up high in the north-east in the morning, a big wide front in an otherwise blue sky. I went walkies while the sky was still blue.
Wandered along Blackwall foreshore. Which runs from the playground up behind the bowls at the end of North Burge Road to the jetty at Blackwall Point. Scroll down for the map.
That wee tiny islet covered is pelicans is pretty much a tidal islet, that is, it's not there at high tide. At low tide it whiffs something cruel due to all the pelican shit.
It is the islet that isn't Pelican Island. Peeps think it's Pelican Island because it's covered in pelicans but it ain't. Yer actual Pelican Island, as blogged in April 2009 and January 2007.
View along the waterline to The Rip Bridge joining Booker Bay/Orange Grove in Woy Woy to Daleys Point. That's Blackwall Mountain lurking in the background on the right. The bridge goes from its foot across to Daleys Point.
The ducks really appreciate the private jetties. That tree is a mangrove.
The bike path from Gosford to Woy Woy is finished at last. It goes up to Allfield Road or one of those streets near there then disappears.
The view is across to the low bit between Mt Pleasant at Saratoga and the lower hill of Davistown. That flat-topped mounain in the background is probably Kincumba Mountain at Green Point.
Small roundish stingrays what lurk in Brisbane Water. Someone sent me some photos of them last year.
Look at that balcony there on the top. Excellent spot for drinking in the warm winter sun whilst eating yer breakfast.
The red line is Blackwall foreshore.
The red spot is Bustling Downtown Woy Woy.
The BM is Blackwall Mountain.
The straight road running from the red spot to the BM is Blackwall Road.
Blackwall foreshore from Blackwall Mountain (photo)
K.P. Brown, another Yank in Oz, blogged a few nice view photos from the ridge above Koolewong.
Right then. Ravenous. Will stop adding links and go and hunt some lunch down. See yer next week.