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... short play about 'The Man Who Threw a Stone' and checked out the prison itself.
We then passed by a few more houses (junior surgeon, accountant) and the church, before calling it a day as Lotte was long overdue for a nap. We could easily have spent several more hours there and I can see how some people can spend a couple of days here, it's a fascinating, and strangely beautiful place.
On the way back, Marc popped out of the car to ...
... Bridge, one of their most iolated communities in Tasmania, surrounded by mountains and forest. Here you can see the "Wall in the Wilderness" by wood artist Greg Duncan depicting the history of the area sculptured in Huon Pine.
We continued on to Hamiton and set up camp at Hamilton Common - $5- per vehicle, $1- for hot showers. We had a really nice dinner at the pub.
... Larry the Lobster, one of Australia’s ‘Big Things’, and buying a bag of yesterday’s pies from a bakery for $5 which partly made up for the rain. Took a scenic drive through Coororung National Park. It wasn’t scenic. It continued to rain more and harder. Decided to cut out losses and headed straight to Adelaide instead of the planned bush camp. Adelaide was sunny. We went to the pub. Life was good again.
... with exclamations about this most Aussie of trees? It's flowering everywhere. Cities, street fronts, small towns, forest, farms. The range of colours causes most comment. We have seen wattle flowers of lemon, yellow, very bright yellow, cream (delightful), light apricot, lemony green, and one a russety colour which we though not so nice. Today another wattle experience with the drive from Launceston to St Helens in heavy rain and mist. Bugger for the ...
... off for a shower only to find someone had beaten me to it. I made the most of it and went for a final beach walk before I left. I was very sad to leave, it's a great place. The journey to Hobart was slow and I ended up running quite late to return the car. I had to dump some rubbish, fill the car up and dust the car down before I dropped it off. Having discussed and cleared the small rock induced scratch on the rear bumper I headed to my hotel by taxi. Hotel Collins upgraded me ...