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Father's Day started with a trip out to Wynnum and following the waterline to Victoria Point and home via my parents plae at Birkdale. Here are some pics I took along the way:
The mouth of Wynnum Creek and Port of Brisbane
St Helena Is with Moreton (left) and North Stradbroke Is (right)
North Stradbroke Is
Wellington Point, King Is (centre) and Stradbroke Is ferries heading for Straddie.
My weapon of Choice. Cinelli Unica. Columbus Brain OS, Veloce, Centaur, Scirocco. Currently known as the Steel Beauty
The restored tidal pool
Royal Queensland Yaught Squadron, Manly
Complete with the highest lead content of any water in Australia
The mouth of Tingalpa Creek. Looking at Thorneside
The Brisbane / Redlands Border
The mouth of Tingalpa Creek and Lota
St Helena Is
Birkdale, Thorneside and the Steel Beauty
Scenic Rim background left
With North Stradbroke Is. When I was a kid we used to tie a rope to an old bike and set up a jump at the end of the Jetty. We always figured we were safe because every weekend there was an old bloke who used to float around on his back for hours about 50m out from the end of the jetty. We always felt safe when he was there.
Port of Brisbane
Ormiston and Wellington Point
Peel Is (Left)
With North Straddie
A vehicle ferry and people ferry arrive from Straddie
North to Point Halloran and Cleveland
Coochie Mudlo Is
Redland Bay, Macleay Is and Gold Coast Hinterland
A few stranded boats
With the scenic Rim in the background
Last edited by MountGower on Mon Sep 08, 2008 9:25 pm, edited 1 time in total.
After visiting my parents and arriving home with 103km on the clock I was feeling like riding more, but grateful for the chance to get out on a Sunday morning. It was my wife's birthday, so I had a quick shower and took the ten minute bus ride to Southbank where I met my wife and daughter and enjoyed a foot long Spicy Italian Subway sandwich. We also rode the new ferris wheel whilst there. After that it was a 4pm Mass at St Philomena School and dinner at Toni's at Mt Gravatt.
A huge day.
Here are some Southbank pics.
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