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... their $50 fines). Unfortunately - I was pinged for being an incredibly unfashionable rider - for having hairy legs. They allowed a fine reduction if I shaved so for the first time ever...I have joined the ranks of the lycra clad mamils with shaved legs. Apparently my masseuse (Garth) will love me for it - although Nic is threatening divorce. Interestingly - there are only 5 of us out of 28 who think the rest of them are weird for ...
... if it was only $5. Again, we had a great conversation with the man providing the tastings about travel and his plans for an Australian wine tour honeymoon with his fiancÚ. By the end of our conversation he genuinely seemed to feel bad about charging for the tastings, but that's the policy here if your don't buy anything. Josef Chromy has three "lines" of wines. We learned the Pepik wines were named from Josef's nickname and represent his younger years, so ...
... had cleared enough that it was possible to see Cradle Mountain, and our next walk was on the shore of Dove Lake with Cradle Mountain in the background. If you use your imagination it was easy to see the cradle and the sleeping baby. Our final walk in the park was to see Waldheim, a chalet built by Gustav Weindorfer. He was an Austrian and amateur botanist who moved to Tasmania in 1900 and after visiting the ...
... some sheep, some dairy cows and some black angus bulls. As we got closer to George Town, there were some plowed fields over rolling hills. It is very pretty countryside and reminds me of New York and Oregon - only the kinds of trees are different.
I need to add the part about the road kill that I forgot to mention. On the roads from St Helens to George Town, particularly the more open ones in farm land between the patches of forest, ...
... we made our way down the Easy coast to the beautiful Bay of Fires. Then we continued our drive from St Helen's to Bicheno, a small fishing village
The day ended with a moonlight trip to beach to see the Penquin walk. Every evening and every early morning before sunrise, the Fairy Penguins come to and from the ocean ...
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