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... on display including some rather sexually explicit ones too.
The museum itself is cut into the sandstone rock and I thought that the building itself was very interesting.
We drove into Richmond, had lunch in a quaint little teahouse and seen Australia's oldest bridge, built in 1823 and built out of sandstone. We also seen Australia's oldest Catholic Church, built in 1836 and still in use.
All in all we had a great day of sightseeing, well worth the visit.
... all their walking in the Kozi National Park. That is our favourite place for summer. Had a great natter.
Then it was onto the beautiful Lavender Farm where we forgot to take photos...oops. Met Wayne and Helen at 10am and we nattered till somehow it was noon. Not sure how that happened. They are such lovely people and we do enjoy their company so much.
It was getting difficult ...
24 Nov 14 - Strahan to Queenstown
It had rained overnight and was still overcast and didn't look like clearing. We had planned on doing a cruise with Gordon River Cruises however aborted that plan and decided to move on to Queenstown.
As as we headed off along the Lyell Highway ...
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We went back to Mum and Dads for a family lunch, which was the only time the whole Brownlie family was together for this year. It was of course lovely, it was great to have some sibling time, and I was able to catch up with Grandma which is always adorable. After lunch Jacqueline and I were back onto the highway, this time heading for Freycinet National Park on the east coast. ...
... of the weekend, I was keen to go down to Salamanca Market down in town as I had heard great things so this is what we did. Fresh orange juice and a doughnut inside me we made a few purchases; chai tea, chutney and some naughty sweets. Following the market we made our way over to Robs for lunch with him and his wife. Wow the views they had from their front windows were something priceless overlooking Hobart and the bay in the distance. A lovely afternoon of ...