Sunset and Sunrise at Tin Can Bay

Sunset at Tin Can Bay Marina

I went to Tin Can Bay Marina wanting to have dinner there, and looked at the Restaurant and loved it. The I decided to just go home to the Caravan Park after the sunset, and that is what I did. I walked around the Marina and the fishing boats and loved the evening.

The next morning the sunrise was beautiful. There were lots of people walking on the grass and the track all happy to say ‘Good morning’ and share a smile. A man called to his dog and the dog ignored him. I said something and the man grinned and said his dog was like a woman, she would sniff, lick, walk off and not listen to a thing he said. Another man I walked with for a while said, he came to Tin Can Bay five years ago for a visit and never left. I remembered speaking with him a few years ago. His face is very memorable. It sure is a small world.

I walked down the street to the boats to see the dolphins but they were not there. There was a generous crowd of excited children all waiting for the dolphins too. It was too busy to get a breakfast and the café was not open. I walked back along the marina and went back to the Caravan for toast and tea and talked to a few birds.

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