Surfside Motor Inn
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The luggage truck was overwhelmed as usual but we waited patiently to put our bags on the tailgate then dashed off to the Information Centre where Trudi from Maschine had pre-arranged for the photographer to get a photo of each of us posing with our bikes. Glen, Jake and I got our shot taken, but it's probably a photo of me with Einstein/troll hair or my helmet on and you can't tell it's me. Oh well. Fingers crossed for ...
So we left Myrtle Park Camp Ground and headed towards St Helens and down along the coast line.
We started early as we looked at the map the night before and noticed that the drive was probably going to take us quite long as it was extremely windy, slow, narrow and wet!
And yes it was!!!! I think we only did just over 100kms, but took us almost 3 hours to do it!!! Phew!
But the scenery is just amazing and the heights that you travel is incredible.
... in South Bruny island National Park. Walk around to next bay and back find another dead seal on the beach.
We go on our cruise to the southern ocean on a 12.5 metre Naiad powered by3 low emission 4 stroke outboards. The boat is open with forward facing seats so you get this oversized heavy orange raincoat that has to go over your head, so no long opening to let water in. It goes to your ankles nearly so you can seat on it ...
... Anyway, that was after four days free camping and Kevin watching and taping TV. Travelled 105km to get here and the battery was half full. It is on LVD again now. Sunny today so we will see if it is enough to recharge it, if not we will have to resort to the generator...... First time! TASMANIAN TRAVELLING..... Just wanted to set down how RV friendly this place is. There are so many free camps! They are everywhere. There are dump points for emptying the loo all ...
... of fun even if you take the sharks out of the equation! Apparently the bay is full of bait fish at the moment, which may also explain the huge numbers of feeding birds, including gulls, shags and pelicans. Later in the afternoon I drove to Binalong Bay, a growing collection of overly fancy houses, mainly retirement homes. The beach was a beach but the rocks were quite pretty here, with some calm inlets. I discovered that ...