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... loved the cooler weather. They felt sorry for us having to suffer through the long, hot summers of Perth and we said that is one of the reasons we wanted to move to Tassie! We told them to make sure to go to Russell Falls in Mt Field National Park. We described it to them and said to not miss it. As we were running later than expected, we had decided we would not be going to Russell Falls - but we had seen it last time anyway and were looking forward to catching up ...
... that it's on the first floor (!!). It seemed a bit strange that a civic building built in the 1800s would have it's main 'functional area' on a level other than ground level.
Our dinner was made all the more special by the visitation and inclusion of family members not touring with the tour party. These included: Eliza's grandparents (Marilyn and Colin), Molly's grandma (Sue), and Hana's grandma (Evelyn) and aunty (Kylie). It was lovely having this time with ...
While our schedule is still hectic, we had a reasonably relaxed day today (Sunday).
For most of the girls, the days are still off to an early start because of the different time zone. This works to our advantage, however, because it means that everyone is fed and dressed ahead of time and ready for the planned activities in good time.
The weather on Friday and Saturday was pretty vicious (read: freezingly cold, wet, windy), ...
... Australia with my kids. Well, they were two and three year at the beginning of that trip. Now, they are 5 and 7. And how things have changed.
There were entries about lovely sights, historical meanderings, the perils of feeding children, toileting children, and entertaining children while setting up a camper trailer which was not of the whizz bang variety. Oh, and there were entries about our ...
... by the time we arrived at the car we were dripping and cold, but a change of clothes and a few minutes of the heater on full blast had us feeling much better.
The next leg of the journey took us 3 hours of driving, leaving the main highway system to drive through mountainous forests on dirt roads as we made our way to the more remote Ben Lomond National Park. The drive was quite beautiful and as we approached the park we got to see our second echidna, this one ...
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