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... a bit short on time in order to make it back to Launceston, so set off at a brisk pace...up hill! The walk was amazing, climbing up through bush land to the view point over the bay. I had postcard picture worthy weather and the view was breath taking, not just because of the walk up to the top of the hill! Continuing on around the walk I went to Hazards beach and then back along the coast to the car park. It only took me 2hrs 45, so ...
Last night was a real rocker and a roller. Hooley dooley da wind, was horrible and a bit scary at one point.
This morning it was 4 degrees outside. When we had to go outside it felt around about minus four degrees!
We had the Webasto on so we were nice and warm, too nice and warm we didn't want to go anywhere. Decided we should have breakfast and see what happened after that.
What happened was the sun came out. Then the sleet ...
... to find myself a Scallop Pie at the Sugar Street Bakery, behind Morty's (Wellington Street) and have to say that it was definitely something that has to be tried as was delicious! Apparently the secret to a 'Top Scallop Pie" is to have Tassie Scallops and not the Kiwi ones so we are glad that we got it right. Later on we picked up the truck and headed over to Alasdair's sons & partners place at Deviot, for a lovely dinner and stay over. ...
... were to reach 27.5 by the afternoon. There was also a strong wind, no wonder they had called for a fire ban today. (We later found out that there had been 47 wildfires today and 120kph winds). We ventured forth to Freycinet National Park to explore the wonders of Wine Glass Bay and Cape Tourville. It is interesting to note that both the Dutch and the French landed here before the British arrived in the early 19th century and laid claim to the land ...
... to heading off on a tour of the local grocery market where we viewed all sorts of herbs, vegetables, fruit, meat and fish. Then we caught one of the local boats to take us up the river to the Red Bridge Cooking School where we treated with a welcome drink and tour of the herb garden. We watched the Vietnamese cook prepare range off foods, Di B accompanied Sue to Be Be for a final fitting of ...