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... an actual garage. There were even parts in the floor, encased in resin. It was an awesome place. Stephen had a drink and Georgia got to play the pinball machine.
There was a hotrod in street trying to find somewhere to park, so we left (we were right out the front) so he could park there and headed back to the cabin.
While I did some washing, Georgia went and made herself 3 more new friends.
Tonight’s dinner was an interesting ...
... 3 (back in civilisation)
Riding time 3:07
Elapsed time 3:53
SK personal KPI's:
No flies swallowed
No roadkill runover
Amount of food consumed - truckloads
Net weight gain/loss (700gms going by Sat AM to Fri AM base weight - I've been told the weight is likely to come off next week as long as I don't eat as if I'm riding 150kms each day).
Requests to return next ...
... given me the confidence to do this. I am also very thankful for the technical advice and assistance with my new gadgets - as a person with no previous interest in technology this has been a huge learning curve. I would not recommend technologically challenged people leave this to the last minute like I did, lol. I now have many movies, books, language lessons and more to keep me occupied on my lonely nights and the long plane, train and bus trips that I will be making. Thank you all guys ...
So from Triabunna we booked ourselved onto the boat to over to Maria Island. The reason that we were so keen to go here was that it is one of the best places to see wild wombats. Most other people on the boat were there for a days hiking or cycling, dressed in their best hiking gear. We on the other hand were wearing jeans, trainers and had a rucksack full of picnic. It was afterall Valentines Day so we figured a luxury picnic on an island full of ...
... us that one or two were now running around, so we made our way back and saw the devils. Garyn especially was quite pleased as she didn't want to leave Tasmania without seeing a devil.
As we were just about ready to leave, one of the park rangers said it was time to start the 2:00 tour. We weren't sure why we were initially told it wasn't happening, but it turned out that it was and we were lucky to be a part of it. He fed wombats ...