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... weight - 83.8kg
Decent coffees - 2 (including the Nespresso here at the Lodge and Campos from my bakery over the road)
Riding time 4:25
Elapsed time 5:43
I will have to finish this off late Friday night/Saturday as we finish the riding at around 3pm and then I have a 7.30pm flight back to my fantastic family in Sydney. Until then...safe riding.
We went to Tasmania for a few days to check it out. We flew into Hobart and stayed there for the first three nights. We got into the city and decided to go get some dinner. But we soon realized Hobart is a lot quitter than Melbourne! 7pm on a Thursday evening and every restaurant in the city was closed! we wandered through the streets for almost an hour and practically everything was closed and the streets were ...
... the Museum of Old and New Art). Not long into our trip, once again I noticed the smell of rotten eggs in the air, and suspected that this wasn’t farmers spraying fields but something wrong with La Toya. I did exactly what everyone would do and googled this. My first results had my heart racing as it suggested that this was a fuel leak in the engine and would cause a fire so we pulled over and checked the engine bay. There was no smell, no obvious leaks and ...
... in my bridesmaid outfit. The following morning it was back down the highway to go to the airport in Hobart to pick up my good friend Jacqueline. I met Jacqueline when I was living in Nevada in 2009. I have been to visit since in Reno, and when Jacqueline mentioned traveling around and coming to Australia, I suggested she come to Tasmania for xmas. I have stayed in touch with a lot of people I have met overseas and when a plan to catch up again works out, it is fantastic! ...
... trying to set up camp was a little difficult. We choose a flat spot in the shade about 60 metres from the rivers edge but unfortunately the ground was as ***********crete and we couldn’t get any pegs in. The boys and I had everything set – mats down, kitchen open, water and gas connected but we had to pack it all up and move the camper several times before we could peg down the tent.
Finally all organised Ryan and Daniel headed over to ...