Recent POST, ‘Memories that last a life time’ brought back so many memories. Marlene wrote: “MEMORIES!!” They are so wonderful to hang on to, sad and wonderful all at the same time. So many photos of Doug, I think that was our first year, back in 2014. Regards Marlene” Lekshe Losal wrote: “Great photos and even better memories of Great food and friends. ” Heather wrote: “Great news letter that was a fun time, lovely seeing all the memories thank you” Glynis wrote: “thanks for sharing looked like so much fun !! ” + many more positive verbal comments.
Staying Connected in ‘Lock-down’, awaiting the green light, for an escape.
Many of us are at our wits end with the COVID lock-down and are already getting prepared to flee when given the green light.
Ed put up his tent in his back yard in readiness for exiting home. Had the old camp fire burning in preparation for a nice meal. Katie passes on her thanks to the Mollymook swimmers for helping with ingredients for this special delicious ‘spring pasta dish’. Creamy salmon and asparagus spaghetti with mushrooms, parsley and asparagus from Garry and Jane and beautiful lemons from Jo and Ross. In lock-down there were just the three of them to enjoy the camp fire last night. They even prepared some deluxe ‘Mollymook roasted marshmallows’.
Peter the Priest cooking?
Peter wrote: 1st pic was my first attempt at Anzac Biscuits, and 2nd pic my second attempt. The first lot hung around a while, the second batch were gobbled up quickly!
The Caravan community parked at the ‘Mollymook Bogey Hole car park’ this morning, just preparing and waiting patiently for the greenlight. Can you imagine how many caravans will be on the road once the curfew is lifted?
Ken B., Mollymook Beach Waterfront: Editor for Mollymook News, Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla and Mollymook Ocean Swimmers