Country Club Tasmania
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... sort of cross between a hedgehog and a porcupine. We stop for a photo, at which point said Echidna spots the shade beneath the car and makes a beeline for the inside of the front wheel. Now how are we to drive off? Fortunately it soon realises that the rubber tyre is not a shady bush and exits to prostrate itself under the nearby shrubbery. Phew.
The road to Launceston is over a series of mountain roads in country not unlike the pre-Alps. No sooner are we down ...
Quietist day. Slow start. Rabbits and chickens first on the agenda! Gab and Amanda popped into town to check out down town Launceston. Few nice shops but pretty quiet. Managed to find a yummy coffee shop for lunch! Boys went for a kick at the park, Railace Tce and ...
... walks, restaurant and cafe as well as a chairlift. The chairlift spans 457 metres and it was a great view. The return trip was only $12 each..
When we got up the top it was a small walk to the cafe.. We had a coffee and toasted sandwich watched by about eight peacocks. They are interesting and you are not meant to feed them but they are crafty... The males are a beautiful colour.
We come back down on ...
... seeing it on the TV many years ago when Australia won the Americas cup and the celebrations were held in Perth. We found a pleasant cafe there which professed to sell award winning pies. MG thought her lamb and Rosemary was delicious but my lamb vindaloo pie was not spectacular and had never been anywhere near a chilli. Good job I'm not one to complain. Anyway, I feel like I'm rambling a bit today so I ...
Yesterday was Christmas Day. We had a nice quite relaxing day at the caravan park. Jackson and Mikayla were up at 5:30am going through their Santa stockings. We woke Zoe up at 8 O'clock so she could join in. We had a lovely cooked breakfast before settling in to open the pressies. We finished the pressies about 1 o'clock and Keiran put the roast pork in the oven for our late ...