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... individual campsite and headed off for town. Last shopping, and then lunch at the marina before we met with Leanne and Ted.
Had a great afternoon with Leanne and Ted. Sharon had met Ted before with his wife, and Sharon's cousin Lyn. Lyn passed away four years ago. It was a hard fought battle for this beautiful vital and amazing lady. Leanne and Ted chatted away. Ted is still flying and driving at the age of 83. In fact he has to drive 2 hours to the Launceston ...
... director vehicle at the front where the ride director has a radio, as do about 10 riders in the peloton, the mechanic vehicle at the back with the ride radio AND a CB radio for communicating with any trucks in the area. This was - instructions can be relayed to the peloton to ensure everyone is behaving themselves and not all over the road. The peloton starts with some good riders on the front to do the work, the struggling riders in the middle and some more good ...
... double area. So we parked with them. Free of trees for the solar panels and so that the satellite dish could lock on without interference from trees. Perfect. And, boy are we glad we got here then. It has been a parade of vans and motor homes and campers all trying to find a spot to stay. There is one draw back though. It is a drop toilet from hell!!! A pump out job and it stinks! We have put charcoal from the fire down it and ...
... similar, but on that occasion it was washed down with several bottles of Muscadet and Dad followed it with an apple and Calvados dessert and then sang and flew his way back to the hotel! Anyway back to the present and we decided not to over indulge but to return the next day for the Creme Brûlée James our friendly waiter said was a must. With the sound of the sea I slept like I normally only sleep in Mull so was well refreshed for next days walks and ...
... crossed our path in
Hobart. Shane was our neighbour at the
van park. Shane had moved to Hobart from
South Australia for a fresh start and he was living in a tent while waiting for
public housing. Sadly he had been a
victim of a severe bashing/assault in SA so he had decided that he needed a
change. When we arrived he had been in
Hobart for six weeks so he was a good source of local info. He
was a nice enough fellow, but ...