The plane was circling which was a bit strange then the siren started a shark had been spotted. Luckily it was a coolish day so there weren't many swimmers that the life savers had to call out of the water. Most people know to head to the shore when the siren sound anyhow.
Apparently the plane started early this year as there has already been sharks spotted in the last couple of weeks and last night's news featured footage of 3.5m menacing a boat off St Kilda.
Sunday we all got up early and headed to another beach down the way for the Walk4Brain Cancer. We we doing it in honour of the son of a guy my hubby works with. He is 6 and has been diagnosed with a brain tumour he is having experimental treatment and it is hitting his little body hard, he is currently in hospital with the side effects and wasn't able to make it. The statistics for brain cancer a pretty scary, with only 2 in 10 people diagnosed will survive in 5 years and there has been little change in the statistics in the last 30 years.
Hopefully the government focus on this cancer and these types of events can improve the survival rate and help find a cure.
It was a bit warm but we enjoyed the morning exercise. The dog was very well behaved especially with the number of people and dogs in the group.