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DAY     112       Monday      29th     July

As we are all in Broome after a fairly heavy week of driving and caravan and tent setups it was decided that the three days we will spend here should be lay days and do as you wish.  Nothing is to be arranged.  Blog entries will be short with just what is known.

We all left the camp separately but somehow all ended up at the Info centre and spoke to the ladies there on what is to do, just like normal, Bruce booked himself a fishing trip and a camel ride while Derek and Gwen and  Neil and Kay separately did town walks and somehow so did Bruce and Virginia .   Most did drives to places of interest learnt from the girls at the Info.  Happy hour and tea before bed finished the day.  We will do it all again tomorrow.


DAY        113       Tuesday    30th     July

Because of the lay day we called yesterday, all members but Bruce had a sleep-in.  Bruce had made bookings to go fishing and was very glad he did as he came home with about 7 rather good fish to freeze and be able to eat over the next few weeks.  Neil, Kay, and Derek and Gwen all went to the Broome Museum which they all agreed was extremely interesting.  After lunch the Kollmorgens went to Cable Beach and Gantheaume Point for a look and paddle and also some dinosaur prints in the rock and some great rock formations over the sea. Later in the afternoon we had a surprise visit by Martin and Rita who were on their way, eventually, to Cape Leveque. At about 4.15pm Bruce and Virginia left to ride the camels on Cable Beach and Hales and Kollmorgens went along as well to watch and photograph.



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