|Catherine, Kathryn, Betty and Willa at the start|
|Our beneficiary: our local Rescue Helicopter swinging over the Bay.|
|A closer image of our rescue helicopter who accompanied our start.|
|Boulder beach coming up to Lennox|
|A closer view of the lovely Lennox headland|
At the 20km mark we stopped for a break and some lunch. On my sandwich packet (delectable roast beef, salad and beetroot sandwich), made by Tess Hayley Mol), was written "xoxoxo I LOVE YOU! xoxo ♥ POWER ON!! xoxo YOU CAN DO IT!" ... and inside that on the interior wrapping, written in ink "I ♥ U" and "STERKTE" .... Others looked on and one of our team said "my sandwich is nowhere near as special and wonderful as yours..." (I must say, I agreed ....).
|Footprints in the sand: this was about halfway|
|Coming up to Byron headland|
|Looking back southwards, from whence we had come: our starting point is in the far far distance (I think ... it might be out of sight)|
|The gorgeous Little Wategoes headland: a special Aboriginal sacred women's site|
|SCUrriers at the Byron lighthouse|
We finished the 37 km walk in 8 hours 41 minutes... I admire our team!! Thank you Betty, Willa, Catherine and Kathryn, for a walk of a lifetime.
And we are so so lucky to be able to live and walk along one of the most beautiful and pristine coastlines in the world ...