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Old engines

It is exactly one week now since we departed Crowdy Head and set off for Coffs Harbour. It has been a week like many others, peaceful and serene but punctuated by moments of such intense stress!

Crowdy Head

So it turns out that Crowdy Head has a great deal more going for it than we first appreciated as we sailed into the harbour last week.

We were at first a little surprised at its disrepair but very quickly we were reminded that places are what you make of them.

River and lake bar crossings

The Forster Bar

 

Storm

It’s really never dull when you live on board a yacht – there is always something happening, a new yacht arriving, someone to meet, a new port, places to see and explore, changing weather patterns. Something different pretty much every day. Some days though things spring up which you don’t expect or really want and there are things to adapt to, things to manage and always things to learn.

 

Working our way up the coast

It’s March 14, Friday, and on Monday it will be two weeks since we left Balls Head Bay!

It was beginning to feel as if we had moved into Sydney, we had been there so long! But like most unexpected delays it was finally over and we were thrilled to be on our way again!

Moving on

In mid-December we were so excited to finally make it into the grand and iconic Sydney Harbour. It was amidst so much delight that we dropped anchor that first evening – we had achieved a significant milestone!

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