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Long Reef Coastal Walk – Sydney

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If any of you have read my previous posts you must gather by now I do a lot of walking! Usually with my two dogs.    I am blessed to live in an area that has stunning bush and coastal walks nearby.  Please click here to read my latest pictorial article about one of my favourite walks on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.

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  1. Beautiful…..just beautiful. Where I live in the Southwest U.S., you learn to appreciate different shades of brown mixed in with some sage green, and some purples. It is still gorgeous country, but nothing like the photos you took!

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