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Luncheon Hill To Teapot Hill

After last nights shenanigans, (sorry Sam Had to add it) Beers and a great meal (thanks Sam and Shelley) we had a bit of a hangover, I just can’t handle it like I used to but I still couldn’t waste the day away. 569 more words

Out Back of Trowutta and Roger River

Today we started our journey  in an area that we frequent and finished in areas we haven’t ventured in yet and it was all good exploring. 494 more words

Trowutta caves and behond

Today was the first full day of sunshine we have had in awhile, so we made the most of it, Trowutta arch as it is now known is located on the start of the ‘tarkine’ drive.   197 more words

Miscellaneous moths and mushrooms

Wandering and/or bashing along bush tracks, we often saw life forms of various persuasions.

Moths, for example …

… and mushrooms. I took most of the following photos in the Tarkine, a cool temperate rainforest. 122 more words


Poetry corner

High country weather

Alone we are born
And die alone
Yet see the red-gold cirrus
over snow-mountain shine.

Upon the upland road
Ride easy, stranger… 18 more words


Alarums and excursions

The mornings were dedicated to ‘processing’ animals and collecting data, and the afternoons often to ‘sightseeing’ around Arthur River. Betty and I helped with data entry on a couple of afternoons when we were too bushed to go out again; a quiet afternoon quaffing coffee and working on spreadsheets was just the ticket then. 1,706 more words


Plans Gone Awry-Arthur River Tasmania

The Edge of the World. That’s what the sign said and, standing on the hill looking out to sea, that’s how it felt. Untamed and untameable: Arthur River, North-West Tasmania. 815 more words