A road trip to Pambula to make a spoon, oh yes!

My friend Annie was having a birthday. For her birthday she decided she wanted to learn how to carve a spoon and so did I. So we headed off on a roadtrip to the Sapphire Coast of NSW, one of my favourite places.

(a mixture of iphone and camera photos)

A morning tea stop at Mt Hotham

Lunch stop

Oh my goodness you have to come here ! This is Dulcie’sCottage, Merimbula
– the best little place for burgers ever and I’m not usually even a burger eater.
We absolutely loved sitting byt the open fire eating our delicious fish burger

I awoke to the sound of the sea looking out to the trees…. so peaceful

View from our verandah at Pambula Beach heading into the rivermouth 

Pambula River Beach

We took a walk along the coastline into the rivermouth

We couldn’t believe our eyes when all of a sudden a Dolphin jumped up in the river. I thought I was seeing things. I was so excited I didn’t even take a photo just squealed with Annie in delight.
A lone dolphin in the river we did not expect 🙂

We sat over there on the rock beside a litte Oyster Farm

A sunrise walk from Haycock Point was a beautiful way to start the day

Smoky skies from burnoffs nearby

Nature really is my favourite gallery of all…

We absolutely loved our airbnb home at Pambula Beach.
A place we will surely return to.

And oh yes the charcoal face mask. Haha.
Lots of laughs but with our fingers stained just putting it on
we were really worried we may not be able to clean our faces off.
I think Jamile should have given us warnings haha 🙂

And then we stopped by our friend Ali in Bega for a big catchup.
Annie and Ali hadn’t seen each other for 12 years and me 2 years. A special friend who does so much for others

Now to learn to carve a spoon with Jeff Donne, Spoonsmith

Now we’ll have to oil them with the coconut oil and beeswax

Jeff Donne, Spoonsmith

Heading home…

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