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... after dark on a Thursday night? After sniffing out the only bottle shop available we continued on our way, with a few 'travellers' on board. We really were out in the bush, with Paul manouvering us through the back blocks under dubious directions of the Nav man. With road names such as old Bangor Farm Road...Pipers River Road... We did wonder whether we were on the alternative route or were we ..lost in the Tasmanian wilderness. With little time to ...
Well we can't believe those figures either but it is all true. Zipping here there and everywhere.
Fuel consumption down here has sat around the 10.2 ltrs per 100.
This morning in Evandale it was just beautiful, sun shinning through the trees. We were thinking of going to Ben Lommond - Leggs Tor walk. Then decided we would get some jobs done instead.
After the shopping we went and washed Vincent. So ...
... and returned to the Barnbougle cottages accommodation for more drinking and poker. In the morning we had a 9:30am tee time at Barnbougle. Although there was some consternation at the light rain when we teed off, it quickly dissipated and we were left to play in dry, but very windy weather. We were given a discount on the normal $110 green fees because the greens were recovering from a fungus and were pretty rough. This plus the strong winds ...
... off to Branxholme a free campsite about 60km to the east. En-route we saw the turn off to Ledgerwood. Turning off for a few kilometres was well worth the effort. We were greeted with the most amazing tree carvings.
Ledgerwood had paid tribute to its fallen diggers by planting memorial trees in 1918. In 1999 the trees had become unsafe and were going to be cut down. The ...
... dunes! Here is a link to the story:
The day was a warm with just enough wind to make it very pleasant. My playing companion today had a caddy and fortunately the caddy was well prepared with a bug spray. With the very dry summer the flies are hanging around longer than usual, so the aussie salute ( waving your hand to shoo the flies away) was a very common sight. ...