Brighton Hotel Motel
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... into the bush, found a patch of snow, made a Snowman and had a big snow fight. It was glittery and very pretty with the moss and eucalypts peeking through the snow icing the ground. Gabby and Jem were in heaven! Just as we were pulling away the road to The Summit opened! Clearly they wait for the snow plough to de-ice the road and the sunny 5 degrees helped before opening the road. By the time we reached The Summit it was a freezing cold -6 degrees ...
Thursday saw us up about 10.30 am after a big day (and night) for these two old bodies. (Go Queensland!)
We drove down to Sandy Bay and had a bracing walk along this beautiful shoreline. An icy blast of air found us from atop Mt Wellington. Love the warm layers we were wearing!
A lovely sunny day saw several people walking their dogs. It is always easy to strike up a conversation ...
... the tortoise shell cat).
We got away on time (10.00am) on Saturday morning to make our way to Devonport. Stopped at Zeps in Campbell Town for a bite and were pleasantly surprised to see a yarn bombing display on the trees and statues in the town.
Our friends Marg and Tony in Devonport entertained us for a few hours before the run to the Spirit. We got through the security check OK - no ...
... old mining gear rusting away peacefully in the bush at the edge of town; there is also a fully restored steam railway at the bottom of the main road. This place high up in the mountains, marrooned between two long, bendy alpine roads has a semi-abandoned ghost town feel. I thought we had arived on a national holiday or a sports festival, but things never changed for the whole 4 days we were here. I must admit we all loved the place, - it's faded signs and the ...
... of which there were plenty. When we paid for the key, which would allow us access to the shower facilities located in the public toilets, she told us where to find the camping ground. The “camping ground” was located just off the main road behind the public toilets and the golf museum (Another thing Bothwell is famous for is it has the first golf course in the southern hemisphere.). A short two wheeled track ran ...