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41) Pete and Kay 
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Friday, 22 October 2004 00:43 Write a comment

Hi there

Have finally caught up with your progress. We are envious of the rain you are getting, although we are getting some showers here today.

Will keep in touch.

Pete and Kay

Sensbachtal Monday, 17 March 2008 20:49
Just wanted to say Hello to everyone.
Much to read and learn here, I'm sure I will enjoy !
40) Guy Forrester 
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Tuesday, 12 October 2004 20:43 Write a comment

David and Penny

Forgot the telephone number if you can call

(03) 329 9659

39) Neil & Dee Harris 
Auckland, NZ
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Friday, 8 October 2004 19:17 Write a comment

Nice to meet you at Pipers. Sounds like you had a better day than us, and ours was a 9.0!

Enjoy your travels, which we shall follow with envy. Maybe one day.....
38) Simon, Annie, Nathan, Amy & D. 
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Thursday, 7 October 2004 05:46 Write a comment

Hi Pennie & David, ust a quick note to let you know that I have just finished catching up on your trip, looks and sounds great apart from all the rain, it must seem strange after Canberra.
All is well here, I guess you have heard Sara's news.
37) Liz 
Central Tilba. NSW
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Saturday, 2 October 2004 08:58 Write a comment

winkHi Pennie, Hi David, Thanks for another great travelogue and superb photos's. Certainly lets those who can't tramp join you on a great tripbig grin
Hope the feet are't getting too soggy and some great skiing has been possible.
Finally there has been some rain in SE NSW and if we get more, then everyone may start some recovery from this drought. It poured Thursday and Friday and poured again O/N (72mmbig grin). It's stopped nowcool so that the Telstra Great Southern Blues & Rockability Festival can go ahead in fair weather and I get to go tomorrow toocool
For any visitors joining David and his "Fair Nello" on this new trek, if you love great music then sometime make a date to see this great blues and rock festival that happens in Narooma over the October long weekend each year and also take in some of the great sights you enjoyed from David's pictorial travelogue of the great south coast walk earlier this year.
36) Peter 
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Wednesday, 29 September 2004 03:37 Write a comment

Hi Pennie - Hi David

I've just read your epilogue from the coast walk and it is obvious that you have discovered something really special about yourselves (we always knew you were special!) and the world.

It's silly to say have a good time and meet great people, cos you know you will.

Can't wait to read what you get up to.

All the best.


PS... you do know it's full of New Zealanders over there don't you?
35) pip 
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Wednesday, 29 September 2004 02:49 Write a comment

Your site is fantastic - i just wish I had enough time to read of the south coast journey that you undertook. I will keep at it . The photos are beautiful and make me want to pack up tomorrow. Is there anywhere on the site that gives details of all the particular tracks ?
Hope you a having a great time on your current trip and I look forward to reading about it.
All the best and thanks for a wonderful experience.
34) Vi & Kevin Horkan 
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Wednesday, 9 June 2004 02:43 Write a comment

Hi Pennie & David

We met you both at Eden Tourist Park, we have the Avan and used your excess sugar. What a great experience your walk was, good luck with your future adventures.

Vi & Kevin
33) Sue 
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Tuesday, 1 June 2004 03:53 Write a comment

I've finally made it to your website after carrying your letter from the SMH around with me for weeks! Yes, that's the working life as a teacher! Your walk looked & sounded wonderful & inspiring. It reminded me of a "littler" walk I did 4 years ago during the Olympics from Wollongong to Palm Beach. I also tried to walk the beaches, rocks etc as much as possible & it's amazing how possible it is, even in Sydney. It was a beautiful & mentally & emotionally uplifting walk which also helped raise money for Stewart House. Reading your diaries refreshed my memories & reignited the sparks of ideas I had for further walks. I look forward to sharing your next adventures.
32) Liz Stenhouse 
Central Tilba, NSW
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Sunday, 9 May 2004 22:45 Write a comment

Today is the 10th May, your rondezvous with Robyn & Salim and then closing of your epic journey. I do hope you have been able to catch up as planned and were able to complete the last leg. Have just read your last up date 5/5/04. Am so sorry too hear of the shin splints and so close to the end. My heart goes out to you both. Hope to speak soon.
31) Bill and Ben 
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Thursday, 6 May 2004 07:30 Write a comment

Dear Pennie and Davo,
have so much enjoyed your writings and photos. My heart went out to you Pennie when I read about your shin splints (and Davo's) but its hard to keep a good woman down (or man)!!! Bravo!!!!!
Lots of love Bill and Ben
30) Robyn Bradley 
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Monday, 3 May 2004 20:25 Write a comment

Sounds like you are having a wonderful trip and what magnificent photos. The south coast in truly beautiful. I am so glad that you enjoyed Kiama and Minnamurra. As you now know you can walk from Killalea Beach known also by the locals as "The Farm", right along Mystics beach also known as Minnamurra Beach, and swim across the Minnamurra River right at the entrance. Today Tuesday 4th May is a sparkling sunny day and the river, ocean and island (known as Rangoon Island) look magnificent. The photos however that you took of the storms in Kiama were great. Have a wonderful continuing journey.
29) Mick, Robbie, Luke & Em Warren 
Perthville (near Bathurst)
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Sunday, 2 May 2004 03:05 Write a comment

Hello - we were very excited to see your letter in SMH Travel and logged on to see where you were up to now. We spent a lovely week camping at Picnic Point, Mimosa Rocks last October - a fascinating, peaceful place that we were lucky enough to share with only one other family of campers. We want to get back there soon. Wishing you a wonderful journey. Your pictures are magic.
28) ross stone 
bowral NSW
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Sunday, 2 May 2004 02:57 Write a comment

Hi David,

As an avid reader of SMH Travel, your letter immediately attracted me to learn more. My sort of thing except not retired (but wish I was); not as grey as some, but love our environment and your descriptions.

Can I join the NZ adventure next ?
27) Pearlie McNeill 
Bulli, NSW
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Sunday, 2 May 2004 01:49 Write a comment

Great stuff to read about your walk in SMH Travel, I organise low impact walks (others do medium and hard walks) for a group known as Women in the Bush. I was pleased to read your diary and see the pictures as we are heading down to Ulladulla/Lake Conjola later in the year, keen to see the Aboriginal track that has been set up in Ulladulla, your notes are excellent, thanks for sharing your experience ... Pearlie.
26) Phil and Natalie 
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Tuesday, 27 April 2004 05:12 Write a comment

Hi David & Pennie
Just read your Picnic Point to Tathra journey notes and you mentioned us. Thanks for a great lunch time at Tathra Pub and the fantastic tourist wrap up of Tathra. We know we live in the best seaside village and we welcome visitors anytime.

Looking forward to journey of crossing of the Pambula River and will follow the rest of your journey with interest. Hope to meet up with you again on the walking tracks.
Phil and Natalie
25) Pete and Kay 
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Thursday, 8 April 2004 02:21 Write a comment

Hi Pennie and David

We are continuing to catch up on the chapters of your adventure... it is so well organised! - we have now read up to the Tuross stage.

Mike and Gina are hosting the next get together on Saturday 24 April, where we expect your trip will be celebrated in your absence.

All the best for the rest of it.
24) Darryl & Lyn McNeil 
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Thursday, 1 April 2004 08:01 Write a comment

Hi David & Penny,
Us workers have just found time to log on to your great web-site.We were wondering how the feet were holding up but after having seen them we are glad all is well.Happy trails.
Lyn & Darryl
23) Kay Kendall 
Canberra ACT
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Monday, 29 March 2004 02:32 Write a comment

Hi Pennie,
Finally managed to access your site, and have been fascinated by your journey. Photos are terrific, and written commentary so interesting. We are learning so much from your account. Received your postcard from Jervis Bay; it is one of our favourite places also.
I am still trying to hit that little white ball, but with mixed results. Enjoy your adventure.
22) Bill and Ben 
hackett Canberra
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Sunday, 28 March 2004 08:14 Write a comment

Dear Pennie and Davo,
Happy Birthday Pennie, this will be one birthday you won't forget in a hurry!!!Have a drink for us- take care
lots of love Bill and Ben
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