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... hillbillies talking about there day & going over to each others home to have a cano. Jay & I found it amusing anyway. I don't think they liked mum saying "those stupid people on the radio" opps mum if we can here them they can here us. Saw a poor old maingy wombat plodding along. Arrived back at camp at 5.30pm. Really cute Potoroos visit the campground overnight. They are so tiny, the size of ...
... resulted in a long climb and an even longer twisty descent. It was more like the Amalfi Coast than the middle of Tassie.
The scenery was quite amazing with nothing but rocks, trees, and shrub for miles and miles. Can't imagine how they built the roads through but it gives a clue as to why there are large areas of Tassie that are still an inpenetrable wilderness.
Got to Launceston about 1pm. Best ...
... some great photos of the rock (Dolomite) formations.
That night we went to the Launceston Country Club for dinner and decided that is we returned to Launceston we should stay in the motel style accommodation there as it looked very nice.
The World Cup Cricket has started in Melbourne which is being televised so the guys are happy and that is viewing for the ...
... option but turned out to be a disappointment - by the highway, tiny camp sites, rock hard ground...not worth 36 dollars. We made sure to plug in our electrics to get our money's worth. To add insult to injury, one of the tent poles snapped and we had no food.
So we drove to the local Coles for food, and on our return I made dinner whilst Marc wrestled with the tent. Eventually, after some swearing ...
... both along gravel paths and over two hundred uneven, boulder type steps. The view was worth the climb though. After making it down, we drove on to another scenic look out of the Park's un-spoilt coastline. It was here that we ran into Joey and his Mum.
Having chosen to ignore our host's advice not to attempt to reach our next stop, Launceston, via the coast road and crossing four rain forest ranges, we set off in that direction and finally ...