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... until it was planted
Douglas Fir –Alan Andrews,
Giant Sequoia– Thomas Edwards,
Giant Sequoia-Robert Jenkins,
Deodar– John McDougall,
Douglas Fir-George Peddle ,
Deodar-John Riseley ,
and a Weymouth Pine at each end of the avenue for Gallipoli and the Anzacs"
In 2001, a report on ...
... Low point: dropping said ice cream on the floor. Tomorrow I move on, I'm going back to New South Wales to work. It will be a bit of a relief to get some money coming in. I was told before I came out here that the cost of living was higher than the UK, but I had no idea how much. If you shop in a big chain supermarket then it is not quite so bad, but if you go to a smaller supermarket then you can pay $2.65 (about £1.70) for a bar ...
... let alone fly unsupported across the world. There is nothing that can make you lose all sense of reality quite like air travel. Trapped in a capsule with fellow travellers, eating and drinking and undergoing the longest movie marathon known to man, erases any sense of normal life going on back at your initial place of departure - indeed, in the world at all. Having spent hours hurtling over India, we are currently making our way over the Middle East, which tends ...
... nighttime. People were looking for spots. Most nights there were more than 25 vans in.
During our time there we did a day trip of approximately 90 kilometres through Bridpot and up to Georgetown on the East Tamar River. This also covered the area they call the “Tuckerbox Trail”. You can visit Cheese Farms, Vineyards, Berry Farms etc… It’s another beautiful area of Tassie and it was a lot of fun picking your own berries. ...
... girths as well as being extremely tall. The ground was soft and spongy with years of leaves, needles falling beneath the trees. This was supposed to be a 15 minute round trip but I probably took longer with all the photos. Undoubtedly longer.
We stopped again - for the Chinese cemetery which really wasn't so much a Chinese cemetery as a regular Anglo-Saxon one - and not that old entirely either - with some gravestones only from after ...