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- Slow and relaxed start to the day (kids are making themselves at home here, unbeknownst to us Makayla hung her clothes in the wardrobe by herself, and found Ethan lying on the couch "reading" a book).
- Walked down to the harbour to look around.
- Found a great café / come local goods supplier on the Pier (Brook Street Pier). Had a relaxing drink overlooking the harbour and watching the ferries.
- Walked back to main ...
... but a couple of years ago coke bought the "cordial factory" which is where they make all the soft drink, ice cream toppings and beer. I’d love to see some behind the scenes tours of the brewery it would be so interesting to see what it’s really like in there, I bet it’s haunted, I bet at night you can hear spirits and weird noises late ...
... up early to catch an early ferry to Bruny Island. We wanted breakfast but very little was open that early but when we did find the island's ambulance base, a woman appeared on the deck of the house and invited us in for coffee that immediately turned into an invitation for breakfast as well. So we met Jenny ambulance volunteer, and husband Bob, SES. The view from their home is magnificent so with their permission the camera was busy again. Here the sun ...
... wallaby I saw, luckily it was quite a decent sized one. Saw her running down a slope towards me, 80-90 meters away, door open, rifle out, lamp out, using the door hinges as a rest, deep breath and bang. My first Australian kill. The rifle shoots true.
Took a while to find, I had thought I’d either missed or it had managed to escape into some long grass where I’d never find it. I would rather have missed because, on the rare occasion that I ...
... but did give us one of the best views we had all trip. New Zealand is famous for having "mirror lake" which I have blogged about in the past. However Franklin took the **** out of that with what it offered. The lake was so flat for kilometre after kilometre, in the pictures we took it's almost impossible to tell if they are the right way around or if we have flipped them. It was incredible, a nice spot for our last camp with Jimi. We had a few beers at the local pub and the ...