Joe and Reg made the long drive from Sydney to our little beachside home. Once here, we dined on local produce, travelled to muddy green forests, witnessed a secret music video as it was filmed amongst the trees, went fishing at the local marina and caught... Nothing. People surrounding us caught snapper, bream and one boy reeled in his line to discover a hungry crab grasping the bait with one claw before making a hasty retreat back to the sea.
seaside picnic // watching Coco // a road less travelled // anticipating a bite
leaning breakfast stack // seaside laughter // green hills of Never Land
One morning we ventured to Saltwater Cafe where we dined on gluten free mushroom bruschetta, and other hearty breakfast menu items, such as the leaning breakfast stack pictured above. We then wandered over to the popular Thong Tree, where we left our footprint high in the branches.
friend or foe // a beautiful setting // a thong memory // New Zealand chilli mussels // natural rock pool
I loved having an extra long weekend to enjoy a smokey barbecue on our front verandah as the rain poured down in intermittent showers. When the weather cleared, the boys went surfing whilst I stayed home and baked to my heart's content. Upon their return, we savoured a moist gluten free apple and walnut loaf, warm from my oven.
As I sit here reminiscing on how lovely last weekend was to spend with our friends, I'm reminded that it is now Saturday again- This weekend has really crept up on me after a busy week at work! I spent the first half of this morning in bed as the rain fell in white, blurry sheets outside. It certainly has been a wet Summer and beginning of Autumn.
During my leisurely surf (on the internet) I happened upon some useful advice from the lovely Bettina from Little Old Souls, who made a suggestion about guest blog posts by way of comment on the Facebook page Aussie Blogs to Love.
And so I send this interesting little question sailing out into the misty unknown of the blogosphere:
Would any keen little bloggers out there be interested in featuring in my very first guest post on my blog or perhaps you might be interested in featuring Sea and Salt in a guest post on your blog?
I'll leave you here to ponder whilst I go for a real surf. In the meantime, you're free to look around Sea and Salt, it's a lovely little spot to visit and you're always welcome.