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... Strange really, you have all this stark alpine type country and then this small pocket of rainforest and a waterfall. We kept driving and stopped at Derwent Bridge where we free camped alongside Lake King William. It was quite a nice stop for the night. No one there but us. We had an elevated spot overlooking the lake, a bit of a campfire and ran the generator for a couple of hours to recharge the batteries. In ...
... mere 10C with a slight drizzle. We were informed that we would encounter snow anywhere over 1,200m. We immediately invested in a new set of crampons and rented a Saint Bernard to carry our lunch. Nothing like a spot of brandy at -20C!
We returned to "ground zero", exhilarated at our achievement and continued our journey westward towards Strahan. The drive was not as tortuous as yesterday and without Gladys screaming her unwelcome demands to be always ...
... were going to stay in the Showground at Wynyard but firstly you can only park on a relatively small area. Also they don't want caravans , just motor homes there. Why? Because the caravan park owner has vetoed free camping in the area. The wind got up, the van she was a rocking! So we drove to Hellyer Gorge and camped down between the trees. It was pitch black and silent down there!! Apparently there are a couple of ...
... of coffee and a supermarket. We were surprised to find that the local IGA Supermarket was well stocked and we were able to pick up the few things that we needed. We pulled into Strahan just after 2pm after the most winding section of road that we have seen this trip. We knew that the road would be this way but I didn't find it nearly as scary as back in 1978 when Neil & Rita, Russell Page and his then girlfriend and David and I travelled this road. We have managed to ...
... on stage with muskets. Dad had to play a convict and Mum was a captain and she had to do the Scottish surrender and dance around on stage. We all got chosen from the crowd and we had to act as they told us. Seanna and Eva watched and laughed. I felt weird being on ...