Friday, September 6, 2019

Nene Valley SA

With the girls netball season over, our weekends are a little freed up now. No more getting organised and travelling to mid south east netball clubs, early on winter mornings.

We stayed at our shack in Pelican Point, and saw out winter down the beach at Nene Valley. Nene Valley is a small seaside village, between Port MacDonnell and Carpenter Rocks in the South East. We are very close to the Southern most tip of South Australia here.

There's a clear felled pine forest down the end of our road, so we collected pine cones and logs for our beach fire before lunch and headed off early afternoon to the beach, our bellies full of cheese toasted sandwiches.

We had no luck with the fish and as the cold evening air blew in, we drove home for dinner along the beach, with a glorious sunset farewelling winter.
















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3 comments:

  1. Lovely 'end of winter' times...and you will always be glad of making these memories with the famlly, especially as the girls grow up and want fewer (sadly) photos taken. Denyse x

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  2. I am so envious that you have a beach shack! I have always wanted a coastal weekender. Fab images as always. Enjoy your weekend.

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  3. Oh wow, this looks like such a calming and peaceful retreat. Thank you for sharing these lovely photographs!

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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