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... the Isle of the Dead where everyone got buried (settlers, not us) and the boys prison. The weather cleared up very nicely for the afternoon and after a spot of lunch we went to check out the penitentiary and saw the talk at the Commandants House.
Then we popped in at the asylum, now a museum, and the Separate Prison, where all the newfangled (for its time) solitary confinement and mental punishment (as opposed to corporal) happened. There we ...
... and stopped off at Mount Gambia to see its famous ‘Blue Lake’. It was blue. Continued down the coast through a few towns which insisted we have our lights on ‘24hrs a day!’. I think they just wanted to be noticed. Camped up finally in Kingston SE surrounded by ‘Grey Nomads’. It was hot. Bertie was hot. We need a fan.
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Started off the day in style ...
Early Spring in Tasmania is just lovely. Driving from Hobart to Launceston the day we arrived delighted with the early blossom of stone fruit, camellias and magnolias (lots of them) pinkly flowering, bright, bright green grass, daffodils everywhere, and of course the wattles.
Fi tells me that her mother (the 'other Ngara') called wattle 'mimosa', and she tends to also. Mimosa. Mellifluous. Mmmmm.
Are we in danger of boring ...
... Jacobs How do we use public space in such a way as to maximise its potential? This question will form the centrepiece for an ongoing discussion series starring you, Hobart locals and interlopers alike. Our shared spaces do more than bring us together (although that is important enough): they say something about who we are as a group, and who we want to be. Presented by City of Hobart and Dark ...
... the death gallery... interesting. Then headed outside where I was convinced by an attendant to have a bounce on a big trampoline with lots of little bells attached to it and four big Tibetan prayer bells. After a slightly nervous start I ended up giggling and smiling loads! The signs for the car parking space for the owner and his wife also made me smile lots, see picture! I returned to hobart on Mr-I, riding inside this time! I spent the ...