(Note from Chris Cunningham: I’ll be paddling Spain’s Menorca for the next 10 days, so I won’t be able to update the blog. Freya will update when she can, and I’ll resume upon my return.)
It was another day of being weather bound. Too much still of bloody headwinds. We took the chance to finish the work on the boat, and then I couldn’t avoid getting drawn for a ride on Rex daughter’s favorite toy – a 4-wheel motorbike!
“My” landing beach on the weather day off – not too inviting to go out there again!
I let the girls sit on the back seat, and had quite some fun driving up and down the beach, close to the water’s edge with some verve, which made the girls a bit screaming!
They actually enjoy most towing each other on a boogie board over the sandy ground, the bike driven either by the 8-year old Talia or the 11-year old Kayla – important skills for Aussie girls! Well, besides fishing…
Rex’s beach tin shacks
We knew there would be mobile phone reception up the hill, and got the van ready after lunch to take us out off Willyun Beach on the rough 4-wheel drive track for an urgent office work session.
We didn’t have to go far uphill, and I had 3-bar reception on my computer modem – well, for a short while…just as Greg was about to download his e-mail, there was no reception any more…and as I tried again after some minutes on my own computer again there was reception again…and so on…a bit annoying, but better than nothing. At least I got the recent days updated and could work on some e-mails. And eventually Greg could fully download his e-mails, too.
I had to stop working before it got dark, as we liked to drive down to Willyun Beach again on the steep rough track still in some daylight.
Rex had dinner ready, yummy Spaghetti Bolognese, thanks for sharing with us!