Peppers Seaport Hotel
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... long way. Driving up through the mountains spectacular views of the valley below. Plenty of falling down sheds. Drove through a beautiful rainforest huge green tree ferns everywhere. Big twisting road. Stopped for morning tea at Derby really old tin mining town. Very dead, back in the day it would of been very busy. Very lovely kept old houses & shops. A detour to Legerwood to see the fantastic tree ...
... back to the big carpark and waited for our turn for the shuttle like everyone else. But we did find out about a Tasmanian devil sanctuary where we then bought tickets for feeding session. There are a few stops where you can start the walk. We chose to start at Ronny Creek. Turns out, it was probably a perfect choice. Anyhow, we began on the overland track. It is just the kind of nature walks I love. Nobody else in sight! Everywhere is ...
... meal in the evening.
By the way there is a "bird of the week" which we have seen many of the last few days but have been unable to name it. Anyway, MG looked it up today and it is: the Bush Turkey. You learn something everyday.
Also, MG means major general according to Janette (regular readers know it actually means Mountain Goat).
Tilly in nursery today so the 5 of us including Lucas drove up the Tamar Valley stopping at Moors Hill winery for an excellent tasting of their award winning wines, bought several, then on to Home Oak another tasting, quite a lot of wine, they have a cellar pig! Stopped on banks of Tamar at Rosevear an old inn opposite Windemere. Lovely ...
... came first then another 3 arrived and they were so entertaining! It was about 7ish in the evening and they were jumping off of the rocks into the water, one dove in near a canoeist who got to close! They were shaking themselves dry and making lots of noise, I sat and watched for about half an hour!
I continued walking up to the first basin, which is a huge lake and it was so beautiful up there! There was a childrens' play area, a green, a swimming pool and so much wild ...