Sunset Massages Giving You A Free Massage

Some of you might know, some of you might not know! But I have a Business called “Sunset Massages” – haven’t really made it work in the last 12 months cause I haven’t had the time. Now I am making the time to turn this into a business and I want it to work.

Funny enough the only reason I am so focused and determined to make this work is because of the “Magnesium Oils” benefit that we have had with our family. We have tried LOTS of products over the years for all of our family – we have even been part of MLM companies with products that we have tried to work as a business {sorry family and friends!} but nothing really worked for us because we couldn’t see the benefits personally.

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Life Is Like A Box Of Chocolates

Hello! Can you hear me now? Sorry. Hello. It’s me, I was wondering if after all these years ————-

I haven’t been on here writing from the heart for so very long. Life happens like that. You get busy, your a Mum, you always put everyone’s needs before your own, and you fall into the bed exhausted at the end of the day. And before you know it life has gone by and its been over a year since I wrote from the heart. ย And your dreams feel like they are slipping away.

Sure I share our travel pictures and adventures. Which I love to do – we will always be seeking a new adventure, a new place to visit. And I escape as much as possible with as many trips as possible.

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East Bundaberg Water Tower

On Saturday we had a tour booked with our Homeschooling friends – it was booked months ago, and I wasn’t even sure if we could actually make it because of things that have happened with David’s Mum….but I was keen to see the East Bundaberg Water Tower, and seen as how it was a tour and they don’t normally have it open to the public, even with our older boys home with us, we made sure to make it!

We actually took our third son Nicholas with us – Cameron decided he wanted to stay home – he is not keen to go out and about anymore so we are respecting those wishes. When he heard we also went to the Bert Hinkler House in the Botanical Gardens he was really disappointed that he didn’t come!

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Myall Lakes National Park

After our busy weekend in Sydney {yeah I am still playing catch up with our trip down South which was years ago – Joking – before our next adventure!} – With our older son’s engagement party and Vivid Sydney we had two nights free before our next booked accommodation. So David decided to look at our Camps 7 Book and check out Myalll Lake National Park and see if we could stay there for two nights.

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Vivid Sydney 2016

So I am still sharing our trip down South! After our Free Camping at Meroo National Park and our wonderful time Geocaching on Crapmton Island we headed back to Sydney, staying at Lane Cove National Park. That way we could easily catch a train to see Vivid Sydney {2016}

We have seen Vivid a few times now! And maybe one day we will see it again. We have seen it down at Darling Harbour one year – with music and light shows – gosh that was a great display that year!

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Crampton Island Geocaching

While we stayed at the Free Camping Spot at Lake Tabourie Beach I looked at any geoaches that would be close enough for us to walk to, but were not too hard to find.

Silly me! We decided to try the Crampton Island Geocaching that could only be done when the tide is right – the island is cut off from the beach when the tide is in!

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Lake Tabourie Beach New South Wales

While we were camping at Meroo National Park Free Camping Spot we were able to walk along the beach nearly every day – we had the beach to ourselves {almost!}. It was incredible – it was cold but when the sun was out we enjoyed every moment of the Lake Tabourie Beach New South Wales. The ocean, the sand, the waves, the salt, the sun – its pure heaven on earth ๐Ÿ™‚

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Meroo National Park Free Camping Spot

After we stayed with friends in Newcastle we headed to the Lane Cove National Park for the weekend. We froze our butt off big time staying there – the showers had run out of “Hot Water” while we were there the first night so we had to search other showers the next night.

I didn’t get any pics of the Lane Cove National Park because I have already taken pics last time we stayed there {thought I had shared that in a blog post but I can’t find it!} The National Park is very expensive to stay there over night – they make you pay for children over the age of 12 as an adult ๐Ÿ™

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Norval Park Beach No Longer Camping

Awhile ago we went up to Norval Park Yandaran for the day and came across all of these Camping Spots along the beach. At the time I was thinking about how they all looked like there were some very permanent campers, and had to wonder how long they had been there.

Then there was an article in the news about the Turtle researchers walking along the beach and the campers were apparently being hurtful towards the researchers {with words and throwing things at them} so the beach camping got banned, the land was changed, the signs were up and now you can only camp in the small section near the beach.

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Gin Gin Queensland

We love to explore where ever we can, when ever we can. We love geoaching, and we love seeing new towns. We have been out to Gin Gin Queensland to see the Fred Haigh Dam. But didn’t really stop to look around the town until a while ago.

Gin Gin Queensland ::

Such a cute little country town, where we hope to return one day to see the Cattle Auctions – must find out when they are on so our boys can go and see how animals are sold in the country!

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