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  • The Smith Famiily
  • sunset-woods-bay-noosa-heads
  • The Crew
  • Mac Surfing
  • The family
  • sunset-at-garys-anchorage_0
  • mac-and-dad
  • galley-and-saloon
  • adam-and-jo
  • kids-at-stern
  • somerset-cat
  • adam-at-helm

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07/11/2010
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From Gary's Anchorage we motored to Pelican Bay a sandy spit with some protection from the South Easterly winds. We tucked in tight by following a small channel that is mostly impassable at low tide and anchored in a lovely deep hole not far from a sand bank. Adam & Mac launched the paddle ski and along went Casper for the trip to shore. We all went for a walk in the shallows and discovered a dead loggerhead turtle, which seemed to have been caught in a fish trap!! The unfortunate creature must have drowned!!! Once back aboard we called Coast guard and they notified Parks and wildlife to investigate. We were all a little apprehensive about our crossing of the Wide Bay Bar in the morning!! At 7.30 am we registered with Coast guard and received information about the condition of the sea
06/11/2010
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First Blog: [caption id="attachment_334" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Sunset At Gary's Anchorage Fraser Island"][/caption] I am writing this from Gary’s Anchorage towards the bottom of Fraser Island. It is a magnificent night, a slight breeze blowing and around eight boats moored with us. The sunset was like a postcard, just as it should be. But it has taken a bit to get to this point. We got to Bundaberg on Wednesday the 6th of Oct 2010 and spent the first few days at the marina cleaning and preparing the boat for our maiden voyage. The plan was to cruise down through Hervey