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... of the Norfolk that they used to prove that Van Diemens Land (Tasmania) was an island & then charted the coastline also there was a replica of the Tom Thumb the small boat that they used to chart much of the east coast.
From there we went to Low Head to the Historic Pilot Station very interesting :).
Off to Launceston.
Can not seem to find a pub with a carvan site at the ...
... is rated number 28 in the world outside the US, which surprised me because I liked it much more the Dunes course we played yesterday. The terrain and routing was very similar to the Dunes, but the greens were tough but fair. It was a fun day with a wild score: 1 eagle, 3 birdies and a couple of double bogies for a 75. One of the unique features is this a 20 hole course. The designer (Ben Crenshaw and Bill Coore for ...
... whites and pinot noirs.
We are staying at the Lost Farms Lodge which is attached to the two golf courses Warren will be playing. It is outside of town, very spacious rooms and accommodating staff. The rooms are large with a balcony that overlooks the Lost Farm course. (How can you loose a farm other that to the creditors? Stay tuned for the answer.) There is an excellent dining room which overlooks the Bass Strait. ...
... br> By then it was also our lunch time so we ate in the close by cafe where we had a lovely view of the water in the river shimmering in the sunshine. Also close by is the Maritime College that the young students had told us about the day before, so we headed down a short side road to see a ship from the Maritime College in dock. From there we drove back down the West coast of the estuary until we reached the turn off to Batman Bridge which brought us to the eastern side of ...
... until it was planted
Douglas Fir –Alan Andrews,
Giant Sequoia– Thomas Edwards,
Giant Sequoia-Robert Jenkins,
Deodar– John McDougall,
Douglas Fir-George Peddle ,
Deodar-John Riseley ,
and a Weymouth Pine at each end of the avenue for Gallipoli and the Anzacs"
In 2001, a report on ...