Brighton Hotel Motel
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... from embarrassment) and did her thing. Sharon waited (politely) she opened her camper door and told her what for. Allan wasn't sure if which he was more shocked about Sharon yelling (which she doesn't normally do) or the lass doing what she did.
Obviously the rousing made no difference. Yes they left. They returned just after 10pm and parked away from the seething Sharon.
It was pleasant after that though.
... but it wasn't too bad. Very alpine in appearance and easy to visualise snow in the winter. So we are now back at the hotel getting ready to go out for dinner. Will finish this on our return We're back!! Well it was a funny little boat and all of the passengers seem to be with a seniors tour. It was owned by a Chinese gentleman who was very attentive. All the other diners ...
... crossed this new plan turns out.
As we left Mt Field National Park there were two huge trees that had, in the past half hour, fallen over.
This morning we had a cleaning morning. All cupboards, bathroom, washing fridges and surfaces all cleaned and sparkling. It is a nice feeling, after we have done it.
Then we ...
... Mt Anne was in the background. We would have liked to walk some of the way up Mt Anne ie to Mt Eliza. However we knew the weather was going to turn and we wanted to see as much as we could.
The rest of the drive to the end of the road was simply jaw dropping(ly) gorgeous. Magnificent. Stunning. Amazing. Every other word you can think of and then add more. Amazing.
We went to the dams and then to the Red Knoll Lookout. Here we tried to stand (it ...
... Events Tasmania and our generous sponsors, the MyState Australian Wooden Boat Festival is absolutely free!
The whole city of Devonport seems to have been involved in one way or another with the two year restoration of the pretty Bass Strait trader Julie Burgess, a 64’ blue gum ketch built in 1936 for the ...