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We took our time driving up through the middle of Tasmania, a little sad that we wouldn't be seeing the East Coast. We couldn't extend our trip so it made sense to spend a little bit more time in Launceston and hey, it makes for a good excuse to come back to this gorgeous island.
We stopped for lunch at the half way point, Campbell Town and then booked in to the Big 4 in South Launceston in our earliest check in yet. We took our time exploring a few things ...
... in at the cheesery after the ferry. Tasted a bunch of cheeses and brought home two of them with their wood-fired bread… and guess what became our dinner? (along with 2 fresh carrots- the carrots are saving us ;)…..my oh my….
So yes we are trying to maximize all the food opportunities and this may be becoming a problem. Honestly… it has been a vacation for 2 1/2 months so far. Our diet has not been up to snuff. And the caloric ...
As we drove out Allan ran over an old building foundation. "Ouch" said Sharon. However we didn't think much about it. We went into Launceston on our way to Evandale. Sharon needed new sneakers and there was a half price sale on. On our return from the shop there was a flat tyre.
Sharon is desperate to learn how to change the tyre in Vincent. She wants to manage on her own. ...
Drove from Stanley to low head, via Anvers chocolate for Glenn's birthday. we had a bit of a feast at Anvers, and then brought some tas Salmon and scallops for dinner, to cook on the barbie. Sophie made sure that Glenn had a cute card, present and ...
... the best table too, Stirling, who has a fluro helmet. Thank goodness our last conversation was light hearted or this could have been awkward!
The dinner was a great way to finish the Safari. Anthea and Hugh pulled off one of the prizes. Interestingly, Australia is the only country where BMW runs a Safari. Perhaps they don't have much local competition for off road motorcycle tours. Either that or the mild weather and lack of man eating ...