Photos - Sydney North (continued)
Help yourself to half a watermelon in Bradfield Parade, Cherrybrook.
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Take one - no problem, there are plenty to share.
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But before you look at the next watermelon photo,
start timing yourself now for how long it takes you to decipher the text.
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10 seconds: You cheated.
20 seconds: Excellent!
30 seconds: Very good
40 seconds: Good
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I'd take you for a spin in my nice boat at Church Point,
but we need to find some water.
With the name Church Point, you could
guess that this suburb has no churches, and you would
be correct. It does have a cemetery, though, where we
found someone who was born before Alan.
John Redman died in 1868, aged 78.
On McCarrs Creek Road, Church Point, we
have to be careful of the local residents.
Boats salute Alan on the steep steps that
go from McCarrs Creek Road to Browns Bay, Church Point.
Boats line up on parade to escort Alan
on his last leg of Clareville at Delecta Avenue.
You wouldn't take the easy way like we
do, would you? You'd do the steps going up, all 161
They're off Peronne Avenue, Clontarf
Long Reef Walk, Collaroy, is largely on the Long Reef Golf Course.
You learn about the area from a book. Not just any book, but a metal book.
The family car gets the best view of Cowan
Creek from a Cowan Drive house in isolated Cottage Point.
Meal time in Bariston Avenue, Cremorne: If you're feeling full after dessert,
just ease your chair back a bit for more room.