Sails on Port Sorell
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We found great memorabilia and all the traditional 50s fare, burgers, fries, ice cream, sodas, spiders and milkshakes at the Old 50s Diner Deloraine with new friends on our last day there.
Then we headed NE with Harold and Annie to Port Sorell and the warmth of a caravan park. The boys enjoyed a few trips of saltwater fishing and we all enjoyed many meals of Flathead and Wrass.
... We did a quick shop and then drove around the river until we came to a park area with a pie van and a walk out to a jetty. We saw a squid so Bill raced, well walked quickly, back to the car to get his rod and squid jig. No luck with the squid. Weather setting in, so home for a lazy afternoon. Sunday up early and into the Penguin book fair to top up on some reading. $1 per cm of books purchased..we spent $25...lots of bargains. Spent the day ...
... factory and a honey and ice cream shop. We unload the seaweed and enjoy a shower before dinner time. We pick strawberries for tomorrows breakfast and chill out in our coop while we watch the night wallabies come out to play.
Day 3: Lauren works in the flower beds all day, harvesting garlic, clearing a bed and planting celery, while I help Laurie put up a pine roof inside his out-house / shed area. Lots to do today and breaks are appreciated. Dinner is a ...
... insane and took us ages to get there!!! Don't know how people do it travelling so much in so much traffic!
So eventually we made it and we had to wait even longer. We got there at 5pm and waited in line with all the other cars/vehicles. It was 7:00pm by the time we started moving and boarding onto the boat. By this time Mia had had enough and was soooooo grumpy and tired. It was aweful.
We landed into Devonport at 6:30am. So glad to ...
Whales were southern right whales that used to come and shelter and calve over winter, making them an easy target. They where pushed to near extinction by the 1900s and became the first whales to be protected in 1935.
We walk up to a bronze whale sculpture then on to Fishers Point about 2-3 hours. Mostly along the beach and rocks and some inland forest. Past where some of the large smooth dolerite rocks were used by whalers to drag ...