To Bradleys Head

To Bailey's Head Ready for New Year’s Eve
 
 
 
 
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Bear took our little car back and then we readied Beez for the off – Christmas tree and all.
 
 
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We loitered while we waited for the two fifteen Spit Bridge opening. A bit emotional for me being at the wheel for the first time since getting out of hospital but it felt so good. The sun was shining and it was a glorious afternoon.
 
 
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We followed Scott-Free.
 
 
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Safely through, it was our turn.
 
 
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The bunch going through the other way.
 
 
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Out in Middle Harbour we had people going slowly.
 
 
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Lots of people enjoying the afternoon.
 
 
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Balmoral.
 
 
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We had people going fast.
 
 
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The pretty light.
 
 
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Very white in the sunshine.
 
 
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Heading for Balmoral.
 
 
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People going fishing.
 
 
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We had people about to race – what a sight.
 
 
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Our final right turn before the fairway proper.
 
 
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Lady Northcott by the Northern Head.
 
 
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In the fairway.
 
 
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People going home aboard Freshwater.
 
 
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Thrill seekers.
 
 
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Going the other way on Collaroy.
 
 
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Whale watchers.
 
 
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The Sydney Harbour Bridge came into view. Then we rounded Bailey’s Head.
 
 
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We tucked in near the side and anchored. Loads of boats in position already. Next it was time for a fry-up, I lost at backgammon but won at Mexican train dominoes. We watched the comings and goings fully enjoying the atmosphere.
 
 
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Sunset was everything and more.
 
 
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ALL IN ALL GETTING EXCITING
                     A MAJOR HIGHLIGHT IN OUR JOURNEY