Things must be a bit quiet at the local rag, the BAY POST, because they devoted a whole five square inches to report on a knit-in at the local library.
If you knit your brows tightly enough, you can just make out Padma on the right.
We are now visiting the Ulladulla indoor pool twice a week. Clayton may be interested to learn that his
When asked about it, the staff said they are flying in a new management team from Canada later this year.
Whatever caused it, it was bad: dizzy spells, wobbly knees, and sitting on the loo for hours (and when I wasn't sitting on it, I had my head in it).
Then I spent a whole day in bed to get over it quickly as we had a dinner date at the club the following evening with neighbours to celebrate our anniversary of something-or-other (don't tell my wife I forgot! suffice it to say that the date coincides with Bastille Day which started the French Revolution; that should be hint enough!}
I got through dinner all right having taken the precaution of ordering a bucket of champagne. I don't like champagne; I wanted the bucket just in case!
There are markets everywhere: Batemans Bay, Corrigan's Beach, Malua Bay, Moruya, Ulladulla ...
Here are some venues:
Batemans Bay High School, 3rd Sunday: 8.30am-1pm
Batemans Bay - Coastal Patrol, 1st Sunday - Corrigans Reserve
Malua Bay, 1st Saturday of every 2nd month: 8am - 2pm - Malua Bay Beach reserve
Moruya Market every Saturday: 7.30am-12 noon - Riverside Park, Moruya. Over 140 stalls of interesting arts, craft, bric-a-brac, fresh local produce and great food. A great day out!
Ulladulla Wharf Markets, 2nd Sunday (except Easter Monday, April)
Mollymook Beach Reserve, 5th Sunday (except Jan)
For a full list, click here.
or click here to view and print the brochure