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We left Scotsdale and headed back towards Bridport and then off to the Tamar valley area on the East side. We drove up to George Town, Colonel Paterson and his crew stepped ashore here in 1804. We stopped in at the Information centre. Then headed out to Low Head, along Gunn Parade, to Paradise Solar Village. We had a great camp at Low Head -$20 for a powered site with an ensuite!!! ...
Today it was fine enough for a wander. That lasted all of about 20 minutes before it started raining again.
We went on the 10am tour of the working windmill and followed the fortunes or not of the various proprietors. It was all most interesting.
Then we blew around town, hoods were up on our jackets as the wind was positively whistling around us.
Ended up taking a peak inside the Supreme Court Building. It was in a sad shape it ...
... are ready and now just to try and get some sleep before a very early morning wake up and drive to the airport.
I hope I don't bore everyone with all the photo's and details but figure this will be the best way to keep everyone up to date and to remember what I have done because I am sure it will be over far to quick.
Well off to bed I go and I will write another entry in the near future :) ...
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... could have happened) and Jenny had a cut in her stomach and had to have surgery to stitch it up! It was such a shock and left us not knowing what to do. The next day we caught up with the girls who both looked good, especially sai and said our goodbyes! James took us to the ship and we said our goodbyes to Tasmania with mixed emotions, for me it felt like home and like a base. also leaving the girls was hard! But we could do nothing! So we left for Melbourne and then our next trip ...