It was a dull cold morning with a sharp freezing wind that cut through my body as I walked along the beach beside the water. The sky was grey. I gave up and walked up to the surf Club where a small coffee stand was serving hot coffee and breakfast snacks and walked back to the Caravan Park. It was later that the sky shared some pink clouds, but the wind was there all day and it was freezing. Even the Melbournites were finding it cold today.
After a full day of shivering, I was loathe to go seeking the sunset, and was talking to the lady at the Office, when I realised the sky had changed color. This was a violent angry sunset and it certainly finished off the day.
It was a pleasant walk back along the walking track that leads from the Surf Club past the Caravan park through to the Bowls Club. I loved the solid carved wooden surfers looking out to the sea from the Surf Club like guardians of the Bay.
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