Trevallyn House B & B
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... Gosh what a drive in that was. The sign at the beginning of the road said windy and narrow, and it was both. It was beautiful, leafy and lush, but some of the corners were very blind and narrow. I’m glad we only had to pass 2 cars and not the campervan we saw at the bottom.
We parked and headed down the track to the Big Tree, and yes the sign was correct, it was a big tree. Then we headed to the falls. There are 3 cascades before the ...
... on a downhill)
Max Alt 655mtrs
Min Seal Level
Min temp - 5 degrees
Max temp - 22 degrees
Avg temp - 14 degrees
Starting weight - 85.6kg
Finishing weight - 83.7kg
Decent coffees - 2
Mechanicals None for SK, 0
Flats 3 (one very slow leak forr SK - being fixed by mechanic as I type)
Flies swallowed (None...didn't even see a fly today...)
Roadkill too many to count
... all ate good food except Duncan who chose Trout Sausage?!?) and had so many laughs that our ribs hurt. As the festival drew to a close we rolled outside to be met by a whole bunch of free buses lined up ready to drop us home. It was a little concerning that neither Cass or Duncan seemed to know where we were going, but frankly none of us cared, we were having far too much fun taking selfies and generally being rowdy. We did make it home and then spent the next few ...
Dad & Mum went down memory lane to find the cherry orchard they discovered 16 years ago. We were directed to Latrobe where 'the Cherry Shed' is located but on arrival found that it wasn't the one. They had a host of interesting products, yummy tastings and some interesting models of the cherry growing & harvesting process and let us know that we may be looking for Spreyton orchard which is 'on ...
... the park we headed north to the coastal city of Devenport for lunch and then to a local cheese factory before going on to Launceston, the second largest city in Tasmania. It was settled after Hobart and was the 3rd English settlement in Australia. After settling into our rooms we gathered for wine provided by our trip leader, Wayne, and cheeses which we had purchased from the cheese factory. A good time was had by ...