Friday 24th May 2013Red Falls Amphitheatre – Berkeley River
14'28.957S - 127'40.284E
|Before the sun creeps over the cliffs|
|You can see in the background that there is no water coming over Red Falls|
The entire day was one of those fizzers; a real lazy day for the both of us. We tried some fishing during the morning, trolling a line across the water at still tide but with no luck at all and no fish for Friday’s dinner. The afternoon was spent catching up with computer work or lazing about the cockpit reading. What a life..!!!
|Looking upstream from Red Falls after the sun comes over the top.|
|This is me, compacting our plastic rubbish, |
every bit of plastic gets cut up and stuffed into
It is Friday evening; MrJ and I sit back in the cockpit, MrJ with a couple of beers, me with my Gin & soda waters with a dash of lemon, lime & bitters cordial and some cheese and bickies. Just relaxing as the night falls, chatting away about meaningless things; things like the books we are reading or what we did that day or the other day or what the weather was doing or how many insects I had counted by the back step light. See, just trivial things!
|Sunset behind the cliffs|
We sit back relaxing with our drinks and conversation accompanied by the stillness of our surrounds broken only by the sound of the cricket in the distant bushed, the occasional splashing of small fish being chased by bigger fish or them illusive swimming lizards. The darkness of the night has been illuminated by a glowing full moon spreading its silvery light and sheen across the water, lighting up the canyons along the waterway.
|1930h (7.30pm) as the moon was peaking over the cliff top|