Alanvale Apartments & Motor Inn
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... up it lets the intruder climb up on to it's back and then uses it's strong behind to slam the intruder up against the burrow roof crushing it's skull or ribs. If it doesn't die from the impact, the wombat will pin it up against the roof and literally squeeze every last breath out of it. Really dark and sinister for such a cute animal. It's hard to think that little 6 month old Georgie would ever be capable of that as she blissfully fell asleep in my arms.
... now have an inclination to get back up to the. Ar park from the water level. We were last here in 1999. Then we drove around Launceston and visited Boags Brewery. Didn't do the tour but had a sample of the beers they only make and sell in tassie. An ale and a xxx lager. Today we visited Evandale , a town with lots of old buildings. We had coffee in one, now a bakery. Then on to ...
... have a 10 year plan to make the Abel Jazzman a modern motel to attract conferences and more of a business traveller. Once they have achieved this then they are going to spread their wings and travel the world to catch up with some of their helpxers. Hopefully in the future we can recreate our night at festivale, propping up our bar somewhere in South America, we definitely owe you a few beers Cass and Duncan!!
We did have a couple of outings around ...
... ferns and well worth the effort to make the picture meaningful!
Launceston was our next destination and we went straight to Cataract Gorge. With another over 30 degree day it was an extremely popular place with the locals. We walked around the gorge on the steep zig zag track towards the Kings Bridge came back along the other side of the gorge and returned via the suspension bridge.
... think, as I continue to enjoy the fuss of family and friends helping me to mark this moment in time. Which brings me to the current moment. I am currently 8 hours into a 13 hour flight from Singapore to London. We are currently sitting amongst the "great unwashed" as my friend refers to fellow passengers, hurtling across country after country as we try to outrun the sun in a flying machine that even my limited understanding of physics says should not be able to get off ...