'Don't let aging get you down, it's too hard to get back up!'
I received a letter from a grateful Batemans Bay resident this week, regarding Beach Rd roadworks: "A long and arduous task, nearing completion. There have been many difficulties for residents and traffic but the courteous respectful nature of the workers has been exceptional. They have helped us in and out of our driveways through the traffic and one even posted a letter for me. I'll miss their company when they have moved on." - Rosemarie Petersen, Beach Rd.
It is so nice to hear positive comments. I'm sure the workers will really appreciate it.There are some handsome workers, so I always drive slowly.
Happy birthday to gorgeous Robyn Broughton, of Tomakin. Off to the club with your many friends?
Sad to say goodbye to funny lady Jeannie Little. Vale Jeannie.
Happy fourth wedding anniversary to Kate and Richard Webber from the Bay. The romance continues!
Georgie Rowley is on the mend after a knee replacement six weeks ago. If you are contemplating it with fear, do what Georgie did, be brave and just do it!
Classique Nails staff enjoyed a night at the Soldiers Club. The boss was in their good books after that.
Happy Birthday to social butterfly Edna Weeks. Keep up the good work Edna, you never seem to age!
The Clyde Mountain is closed from 6pm to 6 am. Did you know there is an electric car charging station at the Bay Information Centre?
Keep an eye out for black cats, ladders and anything else to remind you that it's Friday the 13th!
Worm Farming? Free workshop on Saturday, November 14, 12pm - 1:30pm, at Moruya Waste Transfer Station, Yarragee Road.
I had a busy weekend, entertaining 16 of my late husband Bob's old friends from Sydney. There was fine food, wine, conversation, funny stories and great camaraderie. A BBQ in my backyard and a walk to Wimbie beach and a photo by his commemorative seat. They consisted of past rugby union players, reserve bank staff, a journalist and Maroubra Surf Club members, one of whom, Cliff Gerathy is an active member. The Emery, Hannaford, Wheatly, Lee family, Tomlinson, Scully, Hall and Gerathy families agree Batemans Bay is a great place. They were delighted and made to feel special when Mariners receptionist Ann Mikalat put out a sign: "Welcome Friends of Bob Simpson". They had never received a welcome like that anywhere in NSW! Thank you, Ann.