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Travel Blogs from Legana
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. ...
... for it traversing up the Duck Reach Trail via Reedy/Snake Gully
following the South Esk River from Cataract Gorge to the historic Duck Reach Power Station. Certainly got the blood pumping, then crossing the river, headed back to the First Basin then onto Kings Bridge at the mouth of the gorge. Spectacular and well worth the effort. What an amazing morning.
Again windy and inclement, so toured north alongside the Tamar ...
... all set up for the big cricket match that day. We got there just as the food trucks were closing up, but the owner of the burger truck was so nice he decided to throw 3 last burgers on the grill for us and then refused to take our money! We then took our burgers to the local beer bar and ate them there with some delicious local beer followed up by some local hard cider. All in all an amazing start to my trip!
Today we started ...
... Narawntapu National Park about 40 minutes from Devonport. Apparently this is the Serengeti of Tasmania. All we can say is that if the Serengeti has black sand and blowing gale force wind then indeed it is. Walking tomorrow should fix that.
Monday 15th December.
Yes indeed another night at this beautiful campsite.
Today we went on an amazing wander through dry sclerophyll woodlands up to Archers Knob which is only 114 metres.
Enroute is a ...
... lot in the talk. Also visited the Trowunna wildlife reserve. Cuddled a baby wombat and saw lots of tassie devils . The guy who gave us a tour , only two of us there at the time, told us that they live for five years as do quolls but echidnas live a lot longer...up to 50! He fed the devils a dead kangaroo. Before giving it to them, they take out the guts but leave in liver and heart. But, as they are Carnivors, they have to feed them some whole dead animals as that is how they get ...