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Travel Blogs from Scottsdale
... until it was planted
Douglas Fir –Alan Andrews,
Giant Sequoia– Thomas Edwards,
Giant Sequoia-Robert Jenkins,
Deodar– John McDougall,
Douglas Fir-George Peddle ,
Deodar-John Riseley ,
and a Weymouth Pine at each end of the avenue for Gallipoli and the Anzacs"
In 2001, a report on ...
... required - there are no overtaking lanes here! We couldn't believe the time already and we weren't even at Derby yet! The drive was very picturesque though and we were not in a hurry.
Derby was filled with lovely older style buildings - this was one of the things that appealed to us in Tasmania - the buildings and associated history. Derby, another old Tin mining town is surrounded by mountains and looks down on the Ringarooma river. The Tin ...
Week 5 – 5/3/13 to
12/3/13 – St Helens, Bay of Fires etc….
St Helens is at the northern end of the east coast and is the
Game Fishing capital of Tasmania. It's a
lovely seaside town that has everything you need and it’s also the gateway to
the Bay of Fires, which is well known to travellers.
There are a lot of beach camping spots along the Bay of Fires
to choose from so we dropped the ...
26/2/13 to 5/3/13 – Scottsdale, Derby, Bridport, Georgetown ...
Most of the locals we have spoken to have been very friendly and helpful. We've found that the Tasmanians don’t take themselves too seriously, and while they are not "slow" they are very laid back and not in a hurry. They take the Pi** out of themselves. They sell two headed souvenirs saying “Two Heads are Better than One” and they will tell you ...
Stayed here - Camps number 3
Three bucks for hot showers
There is water here and very clean toilets
But a nice spot and clean.
The ducks will keep you amused and you might even spot a platypus in the pond