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... that are a memorial to those from the area lost at war. 5 from the one saw mill lost in WW1 Bridport is a large seaside town. More lovely aqua water. Sand more yellow. Large channel coming inland for boats. George Town has a big shopping centre. Quick stop off at the bakery for lunch. Tom Tom took us on a detour when we forgot to turn. Down a bumpy dirt track & onto a private wine growers farm. ...
... Not easy. But eventually we all were satisfied with our loop. Cradle mountain itself we didn't climb. But skirting around it was already nice enough. At 5pm, we were at the Tasmanian devil sanctuary. First thing that greeted us, a fat cute adolescent wombat that is wondering in the enclosure and trying to gnaw its way out. It was a cute little thing but kind of grumpy. And then! We saw more wombats in the vicinity of the sanctuary. So, ...
... oils and nuts; bakers making breads, cakes, biscuits and pastries, cooks making delicious food and some entertainment by 60s rock and rollers. Afterwards we spent a good time watching and laughing at the antics of the Japanese Macaque monkeys in Launceston Park. ...
Poor Allan has copped another cold. We so rarely get sick at home, for some reason here we seem to be copping it bad. It is a rotten one too.
After a full discussion on what to do it was decided that we didn't want to stay at the Showgrounds. $20 a night is ok but it isn't where we felt like being. Decided, instead to head to Mac's Farm in Launceston So many recommendations it is hard to fathom how it had taken us so long ...
Today we got up early and drove from Hobart to Launceston to pick up Sue from the airport @ 9:30am. We were very lucky and Julia Gillard was also on the flight and the kids got to have a photo with her. We have all been very excited about Nanna's arrival and can't wait to show her around Tasmania a little bit the 7 days she will be here.
First stop is ...