Mystery Bay, NSW Dec20

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Mystery Bay, NSW

After we left Stephen’s parents, we set off down the South Coast.   Stopped for a swim at Pebbly Beach, renowned for kangeroos on the beach.  No kangaroos today as it was the middle of the day and too hot.  But a wonderful spot for a swim.

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A cuddle on Pebby Beach

Back in the car and ended up at Mystery Bay, just passed Narooma – a bush camping site, on the water.  Sitting at the tent, we can see a filtered view of the water, through the trees.

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Mystery Bay – camp site is just behind the grass

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Boys at the fire toasting marshmellows

As Kai has graduated to 3K (aka, homeschooled by Lindy and Stephen for Year 3), we are using his interests to determine what he learns.  He has taken an interest in surviving in the wild, so we are working this week’s lesson around Boy vs Wild, including spear fishing to catch food.  He has taken great delight in carving a sharp spear out of a piece of wood.

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Carving the spear

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Boy vs wild

As we were going past Bega on the way to the high country, we had to stop at the cheese museum for some tasting and a history of cheese making.

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The history of cheese

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After tasting more than their fair share of cheese, we persuaded the boys to leave some cheese slices for everyone else and visit the cheese museum