Scamander Beach Resort
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Day 14 - The Bay of Fires
Today was our 14th and final day exploring this wonderful country called Australia. We had set out our plan for our final day, and we were going to go out with a bang. Or should i say go out with fire. The Bay of Fires in fact.
We had a simple buffet breakfast at our hotel in Coles Bay, before packing our car for the last time. We loaded into it, and began the drive to the ...
... it is 6 hours since they have been milked it lets them in and they go to the stall and a robot arm cleans their teats and then it puts the suction caps on and milks them and then they go of to feed for another 6 hours before coming back again.
I asked how many times they got milked and was told the average was 2.6 but some cows milk 3 or 4 times a day as they can milk 24/7.
We had coffee and scones, jam ...
... br> Off we set. Got as far as the turn around bay. The mountain covered in mist. We gave up. No walk.
Allan needed a hair cut. Back to Loni and some shopping.
3.30pm now what?
Aha why not go back to Jeneret Beach and relax. We had so many little catch up jobs to do. Computer things, photos, reading, relaxing, walking, photo taking.
The first night we didn't have the site of our dreams.
The second night we got a ...
Spent an hour driving from Derby through to St Helens. Such a pretty drive through the Blue Tiers section of the north east of Tasmania.
Leanne her partner Don and her Dad Ted live in two houses on a small property just south of St Helen's. Leanne's Brother lives up the road towards St Helens.
Had a brilliant day catching up with everyone, learning about what their lives, and just relaxing and chatting.
Allan also tested out Gaz's most amazing 3d ...
... out to Fingal (pronounced fin-gaul) checking out the rivers for fishing and Cornwall. Little bit twangy in them-there-hills. But at the old goldmining Mathinna village there were definitely the twang of banjos.
John has been trout fishing in the local streams but on recommendation of the locals, we had more success when we camped overnight at on the South Esk River near Mathinna Falls. ...