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The briefing was anything but brief again, and Anthea got a round of applause for hopping back on her bike this afternoon and riding into Freycinet.
The beach with it's white sand, glass-like water, glowing sunset and granite knuckles of The Hazards in the background was the perfect backdrop for a group photo, no small task with 270 odd people.
There was a quick overview for those who attended ...
... off the rank (I may have jumped the queue) for a 20 min job. Nic - I could get used to this. Then a quick walk in the ocean (instead of the ice bath) and hot shower. Plenty of hydration and looking forward to a hearty dinner tonight at 6.30pm. Will fill you in on the awarded jerseys (yellow, green, white and polka dot) tomorrow. These get shared for various reasons. All up - a great day's ride allowing plenty of expected Tassie experience - cool, wet, hilly (not too bad) ...
... there are small waves to catch. Tuesday we went snorkeling and we also drove up the steep road to the lighthouse which was spectacular as the weather closed in with wild seas and dark clouds. Currently Saffi is playing with her monster high dolls in the sand. Perfect combination. Grace is so happy looking for birds and is using her bird books and binoculars constantly. We just used the little underwater sports camera fir the first time. (Thanks Kai ...
... out of the water near boulders on the beach where they group and have a chat. Then they waddle up the beach and climb up on to a track and appear just in front of us. The Fairy penguins are about 40cms tall and real little characters. On the return journey we do some more wildlife spotting. We find a kangaroo and a wombat in the road.
Story books before bed. Dylan is particularly enjoying one about Elephants in the snow, repeat, repeat, repeat and ...
... When we
chatted to him he was living out of his car because he was doing some fruit
picking for a week or two, but he usually lives in a pop up van at Devonport. He has seen most of Australia and just picks
up and goes whenever it suits him.
During our travels we have also met a few couples who have
bought new vans while they have been travelling. They just trade in, move their belongings