Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers take shelter from the wind

With predicted winds coming, 10 Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers thought they might just get their walk in on Thursday, August 8.

However on arriving at Gulph Creek Comans Mine area, they were greeted with a huge gust of wind.

Knowing the winds would get worse, they decided to drive back to safety and have a nice, warm cuppa at Bodalla Bakery.

On Saturday, August 10, it was still windy and a bit cold.

A short social walk was held around Narooma with 10 attending.

The group started from Ken Rose Park out along the Inlet side following the cycle walk ways beside Riverside Drive, along the new path down McMillan Road and passing the oval and swimming pool.

They had a rather cold morning tea at Rotary Park, then headed back along the path to Ken Rose.

Bakery cuppa: Maggie Finch, Andries Dijkstra, Heather Ferguson, Steve Deck, Margaret Moran, Jen Mathieson, David Mason and Jo Jean-Mairet escape the wind.

Bakery cuppa: Maggie Finch, Andries Dijkstra, Heather Ferguson, Steve Deck, Margaret Moran, Jen Mathieson, David Mason and Jo Jean-Mairet escape the wind.

Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers at Rotary Park Narooma (from left) Cat Wilson, Beris Jenkins, Maggie Finch, Bob Hales, Anita Porter, Cindy Chipchase, Bill Wilson, Jenny McDonagh, Michael McDonagh and our walk leader, Jan Thomas

Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers at Rotary Park Narooma (from left) Cat Wilson, Beris Jenkins, Maggie Finch, Bob Hales, Anita Porter, Cindy Chipchase, Bill Wilson, Jenny McDonagh, Michael McDonagh and our walk leader, Jan Thomas