Wordless Wednesday: When Twitter is Not Enough

fishing on the Tweed

“When Twitter is Not Enough”: Photo Copyright Suzie Cheel 2008

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  1. Carlos Hernandez says:

    Hi Des,

    I am reminded of fishing in Alaska’s Tsui River for salmon

  2. @abie – definitely relaxed

    @Yvonne – glad you like the title (I do too :))

  3. Yvonne Russell says:

    Hi Des
    Love the title of the post. πŸ™‚

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  4. Thanks for info, Des! Visa people are still keeping silence (for 5 months now), but I know it usually takes 10-12 months. All I can do for now is collecting and processing data. πŸ™‚

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  5. @ Trish: I did not catch anything on the day but it is certainly a relaxing spot.

  6. @ Katz (And Other) Tales: it’s on the Tweed River in the Northern Rivers District, New South Wales, Australia – this little riverside beach is about 2 minutes walk from our front door.

    @ June – not complaining πŸ™‚

    @ Aleksey: Gold Coast is both a city (rather spread out) and a name loosely used for a strip of coast in South East Queensland and (for some) the adjacent beach-focused area of Northern New South Wales. Atlhough technically a city, Gold Coast is not what a lot of people would call a city – the nearest of those is Brisbane, about an hour and a quarter away, State capital of Queensland. This map shows where the Gold Coast civic centre is – http://tinyurl.com/5wqtb9.

    I’m up with latest rents but I’m pretty sure they are less expensive than anywhere in or near central Melbourne. A lot of Russians live on the Gold Coast, especially in an area called the Sovereign Islands (need lots of money to live there) – see articles http://tinyurl.com/5sr4b5 and http://tinyurl.com/69965d – but we are at the other (southern) end of the Gold Coast.

    Glad you are finally making the move.

  7. now not that I like the fishy bit of fishing but I like the idea of relaxing in that chair , in that spot.

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  8. Yeah, that would be interesting to learn where is it (Gold Coast?), how far is it from a city and how expensive it is to rent a house in the area?

    It certainly can go private. I’m just packing my suitcases to head over to OZ later this year or the probably next year and checking my options. So far, Melbourne and suburbs looked like a great choice. πŸ™‚

    Nice photography, Suzie!

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  9. Looks like the good life to me! Happy WW…

  10. Katz (And Other) Tales says:

    It looks so peaceful. Where is this?