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... front of our house when we got home!!! Cheeky! The worse part was that our neighbor got upset thinking we were leaving, and as our house is on the road leading to a primary school, quite a few mums slowed down enough to make a note of the phone number to follow up! One lady actually stopped and said that she would like a viewing please?!!! I did feel a bit sheepish explaining that it was just a hoax our kids did to ...
... we were last there; there was more local produce and a little cafe. After tasting any buying some fetta, we found some brie and cambert from Wicked Cheese which we missed visiting in Cambridge. Outside there were decorated cow statues. Georgia loved it, she hugged every one she could.
At one of our stops we picked up the Cradle to Coast tasting trail map. I had used the app on my phone to be plan our itinerary but I didn’t realise that ...
... a river; there were plenty of Wallabys and Tasmanian Devils at dawn and cattle at the other side of the river. In addition to that there was Stephen. Stephen the farmer who works in the mines. He went down to us on his motor bike about half an hour after we pitched up our tents. He started chatting to us, had a couple of beers and invited us over to spend the next evening with him in his house. Our plan for the next day was a day hike around the Dove ...
... has to be dried.
Tasmanian Paddymelons are small about the size of a large cat to small dog so just look at the size of little one in the pouch.
Our last few days we want to do something different so we are heading for Tasmazia and the village of lower crackpot , a land of mazes.
The first town on our way we stop at is Railton, a town of topiary. Hedges cut in animal shapes and ...
... First we check out the beach area and BBQs before driving to the first walk up to South Cave an Aboriginal resting place. Then its on to the walk to Postmans pass and Cathedral Rock. This is very steep and I only make part of the way and return to the car. Larry goes on.
We return to lunch on the beach and then snorkel , see some fish , but the deeper we go the colder it gets and it is too cold for me. It is late afternoon ...