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As road trips têm de ter (pelo menos) um capítulo dedicado à prova.
Os requisitos do capítulo são simples:
- Têm de se tratar de produtos locais de produção artesanal...ou, em tempos, artesanal (o que abrange básicamente...tudo...não somos esquisitos);
... these wonderful carved trees are here to tell their story left us feeling good.
We drove back out to the highway and onto Scottsdale where we stopped for lunch in a small café frequented by regulars. We knew this because the people behind the counter knew everyone who walked in the door! After lunch - it was off to our destination for the next two days - Launceston.
... the pictures do.
Parts of Tasmania experienced huge rainfalls last night and today. Many roads have been closed and numerous communities have been cut off. We lucked out as we happened to be in the right part of the state today.
We are currently in Devonport for the night and day tomorrow. We catch the ferry back to Melbourne tomorrow night and head for Los Angeles Sunday morning. Our time Down Under is coming to and end.
Cathy and Dave
... looked pretty clean and smelt fine at the start. After about half an hour thought, the place was drenched in cow wee and poo. We were all in gumboots and terry and I had long rubber aprons on. Tez was having a go at attaching the milking suckers - it looked at lot easier when Ross and his brother were doing it. The kids and I had the job of spraying the teets with ...
... On our way back, I saw the temperature heating on the Dashboard's meter, (and that wasn't really good since our last experience with the radiator) So Alex stopped the car and we had lunch (a delicious salad that we made earlier with some carrots..anyways) 45min later, we opened the Rad's cap and we founded oil in the water (At that time we though it was dirt from the lake water we poured in it last ...