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... should Sheffield campground be full.
Got to Sheffield. Hoooley dooley we tried to camp but it felt too much like CBJ camping (Cheek by Jowl) so we headed back to Railton.
By the time we had fiddled and diddled around and got a campsite it was nearly 4.30 pm. We had to nose into the campsite as the site was on a bit of a slope and we don't have a jockey wheel to put the nose up to the right height and ...
... 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. ...
... on the beach "Allan Allan". Very funny. Allan was not so impressed.
We then had to go to Harvey Norman to check out the Go Pro cameras to go on the Quadcopter Allan had bought back in Adelaide. Found it. Very pleased with price etc. Then Sharon was on a mission to deck Vincent in full Christmas decorations for under $20. Success in both camps.
One more job had to be done. Yesterday Sharon put her walking sandals in a plastic bag and took them into ...
... that boat as we both had the shittiest sleep.....we were very tired.
We had some Maccas for breakfast and then decided we would head towards Launceston and down along the East Coast.
We have discovered that Tasmania is the state of dead stuff - whether it being possum, quoll or wallaby. Every 20kms there was something dead!!! Unbelievable!! :-)
There wasn't too much to see in Launceston, but we did check out the Cataract Gorge. ...
... whales for for butchering. At fishers Point look out you look out to southern ocean or east to Bruny island , this is the next destination.
Just the other side our camp we found a very dark tiger snake out trying to get some sun. We think the tiger snakes here are so dark to utilise colour to gain as much heat as possible in this not so hot place.
On the way back up to Hobart to get across to Bruny island we stop in at Hastings caves ...