Trevallyn House B & B
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We decided that today we visit a few places and go for a drive.... we started out by visiting Badgers lookout which gave some wonderful views and I was able to get some great photos.
Then it was onto Grindelwald where most of the town is Swiss designed. Some of the buildings looked great but I think that it is not a huge tourist spot now.. We had a coffee and cake at the bakery, I had a ...
... at the start but, not for too long. It was lots of fun!
Jen- My friend Kim just got back from vacation and has had a challenging time cutting out the happy hours upon her return. She emailed and asked how I was managing restraint on a six month vacation!? I had to laugh because this was our dietary log in those previous 48 hours…
A restaurant in Hobart, Small Fry, had been getting rave reviews by all the local food blogs for their donuts ...
... out of it. There were also historical displays of mines past. Both of use were most impressed at the stamping press that was run by the water mill. Would thoroughly recommend this mining museum. We took about 4 hours (including a lunch break back at Vincent) to go through it all.
From the mining museum we headed back to Launceston via the Bateman Bridge. Sharon had just enough time for a quick swim. Only 850 mtrs but still it is all helping.
... am going to punish the bike I might as well catch it on the small screen. Jake got through fine but I dropped my bike three times before the Safari photographer suggested I turn off my traction control - bingo!
The Pyengana Dairy Company was a welcome sight, opening it's arms with a warm egg and bacon roll with cheese and relish at the Holy Cow Cafe. It was a hive of activity, not only with Safari-goers but people making cheese and cows ...
... there now always makes us feel welcome. Alison, Colin and Judy McDougall called in during the afternoon which was great. Went with Mel and the kids for coffee near Seaport on Monday morning and also caught up with David who was working on his boat. Mel took us to the airport for a 5.00pm flight to Melbourne and then we had about a 7 hour wait before boarding the overnight flight to Darwin. A lovely weekend with the family. ...