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.
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The Steamfest was really fantastic. The highlights, for us were:
Steam Traction Engines
Steam Hay Threshing machine, which was in full working action
Rock Crusher powered by a steam engine and fed with a vintage diesel mechanical shovel (see photos!)
Lots of little models.
All of this was topped off by seeing our first ever Tractor Pull competition. Now for those of ...
... under foot – and once out we see dozens of tiny leeches attached to our legs! Glad we didn't get any further, we clean them all off and get back in the car to find a salmon farm for free tastings.
Day 5: Morning tidy up and then another 90 minutes of yoga before an early lunch. The afternoon is more weeding and working on the shed roof. Lauren digs up potatoes and picks broad beans and is a happy bunny. I get busy with cutting the panels to size ...
So today is our last day in Tasmania, we board the Spirit of Tasmania at 5pm (it sails at 7.30pm). We were up, dressed, car re-packed and out the door by 8.30am. The girls decided they wanted t-shirts from Ric*******s’ Harley Davidson shop, so we headed there and waited for them to open at 9am.
While waiting I programmed Jan with our entire day’s itinerary. Poor Jan, however will she cope.
After getting the t-shirts we were ...
... across from the dock. We picked up our car around 7 pm and knew it would bef dark before we reached our cabin at Cradle Mountain National Park in the central part of Tasmania.
It took about two hours to reach the park and we had instructions to pick up our cabin key at the ranger station. Found the ranger station but the key was locked in a Lock box and we had no idea where to find the combination.
By this time, it was totally dark and very ...