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... with luxury! They are doing the park up. We wonder what it will be like the next time we get to Tassie and how much it will cost! We had a drive around Low Head, around to the Pilot museum area. Had some fish and chips and enjoyed the view looking out over the water. The Pilot houses had some interesting history, about safely guiding vessels in through the heads for many years. ...
... some restorations. Came across four ladies who were sewing ladies prisoners bonnets. This is the project that Helen had told us about when we were at their place on New Years Day. There are 25,266 bonnets being hand made in memory of the ladies shipped to Australia. There is an interesting article you can read http://www.think-tasmania.com/convict-b onnets-blessing-christina-henri/
After our walking we were so cold and shivery we headed back to Vincent. ...
The morning was wet and miserable, I had a round of the winter bowls season planned to organise and play before catching the Spirit of Tasmania from Devonport. After viewing the bowls green I decided to cancel the days round as we were more likely to catch fish than play bowls. Jade dropped Holly off about 3 pm and we left for Devonport, for an evening ...
... at 27knts for 9 hours we were lucky enough to be in quarantine shortly after disembarking. No guns, no fruit and veg, no stowaways and our passport was stamped and off we went. After a short drive we found ourselves in a little town of Forth. We think we are going to love the apple isle, and i'll refrain from stereotypical joke about the people.
From Amanda and myself.
WE'RE GOING TO FREEZING OUR TITS OFF IN TASSIE.
We had some good showers of rain during the night and woke again to a lovely sunny morning. The start to the day was eventful when Margaret flew out of bed screaming because she saw a spider on the sheet and Mike found bird poo on the windscreen as he cleaned the car. Having calmed Margaret down and the windscreen cleaned, we headed up the Tamar Valley, via Launceston, fifteen kilometres to Grindelwald village. It is a Swiss Style Accommodation village started by a Dutchman who ...