Saturday, September 18, 2010
Ruby with her Spanish Flag fish she caught, off beach at Cape Leveque
Kids with Golden Trevally dad caught, off beach at Cape Leveque
Grandad's Tiger Shark, off beach at Cape Leveque
Lighthouse at Cape Leveque
Hermit Crab found by Annie and Moses, Cape Leveque
The wind has come in abundance but that just meant we had to head off to other places for activities.
We have been to the Hatchery yesterday and the Pearl Farm today.
The Hatchery was fun for all with hand-feeding Barramundi and handling the various creatures of the reef a lot of fun for all.
The Pearl Farm was probably more interesting for the adults as there was a good spiel about the history of Australian Pearl Farming.
In between time, Annie, Helen and the kids went snorkelling yesterday morning, Harry and I had coffee and cake! And the fishing has become far more exciting with a tiger shark tonight caught by Harry, Ru by caught a good sized Spanish Flag last night and Banjo caught a beautiful pan-sized Golden Trevally. Both boys felt a strong fish on the end of their line tonight but as they didn't land them and it was night time we can only guess what they may be. By the morning I imagine both had huge tiger sharks! :-)
Posted by Waring Farthings at 8:22 AM