Harrison and I went for a long slow ride by the water at Redcliffe this morning. The weather was perfect for it, and when your 12 year old son expresses interest in going for a ride with you, it’s important to do something about …
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Ken and I rode out to Redcliffe to meet everyone else for a picnic. It was a perfect day for it.
For someone who hasn’t ridden more than 10-15km at a time, Ken handled this 60km ride really well.
I think all the nice food at the picnic might have helped too! Redcliffe Easter Ride
Tsunami – Redcliffe Style
All of South-Eastern Australia was on a tsunami alert this morning after the earthquake in Chile. On the hill behind this makeshift sign a lone TV cameraman sat watching the horizon for the scoop of the day which (thankfully) never came.
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Here’s some more pictures from this morning’s ride.
This is the view to the North-West from the Hornibrook Bridge looking towards Hayes Inlet.
And this is a great looking street in Redcliffe with a …
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Some pictures from our ride to Redcliffe this morning.
“On the morning of July 17th 1799 Lt MATTHEW FLINDERS landed near this spot from the Sloop Norfolk and called it Red Cliff Point He was the first …
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