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... way vice versa. Any way you go, gets the heart rate going and we found ourselves pulling clothing off pretty quick, we were well rewarded with a speccie view of the gorge.
Now we're hungry, and with the gazillion blackberries hedging all roads that lead anywhere in tassie, we both ended up with blue lips. And safely back at Forth, hitched up, fueled up, warmed up, we headed west towards Penguin.
With Forth behind us, we thank the wee town for a bitterly ...
... been very light but now as we crossed the north, we noticed the increase in heavy trucks and cars. Tasmania is in election mode and even the remotest roads are awash with election posters. The different political parties definitely want the people to know who their candidates are! As we drove through the small town of Somerset, we noticed the temperature was 20C at 9am....much warmer than it was when we left Stanley.
Before Wynyard, we turned left ...
... but they all seemed friendly enough, and already knew Lily. We were all excited to see the city where Lily had spent the last three months of her life living and working. Krakow was the former capital of Poland and is a very beautiful city, particularly in the Stare Miasto or Old Town section. Its beauty was highlighted at this time of the year with an abundance of decorations, huge Christmas trees and a central market. We were certainly seeing it ...
... views of that imposing Mt Roland and headed out to Devils Gate Dam. It was the construction of this dam that formed Lake Barrington. We had visited Lake Barrington on a rainy day earlier in our holiday. The dam was made in 1969 and is 84 metres high and is one of the thinnest concrete arch dams in the world. It was pretty and peaceful as once again, we were the only ones there.
We drove back to Devonport and went to the visitor centre where ...
... Canyon on the
Leven River. The viewing platform offers spectacular views of Black Bluff, the canyon itself and the surrounding areas. To get there we did a short bush walk down approx 300-200 steps.
Some of us went to Clyde and Jan Eastaugh's hobby farm where they grove olive trees. The day ended with a nice bike ride, a lovely dinner and a long ...