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Tasmania in Ten Days

When we were in WA and NT, some days we’d drive 6-8 hours and only pass a fuel station and a few road kill. So when we were planning our Tassie trip, we figured 10 days was PLENTY of time to get around the island, that’s just under 400km top to bottom. 497 more words

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Rocky Point Tavern, Fred and Betty Boop!

Being on the road for so long you dream of a decent shower with good water pressure.  Not just a wash or a quick cold shower, one that you can stand under, letting the HOT water flow over your body and through your hair. 180 more words

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Rosebery - Still Mining!

A short drive from Zeehan is another mining town – Rosebery. The difference is that Rosebery is still drawing minerals from the earth with the mine in the centre of the town! 64 more words

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Geeveston Tasmania - Timber Town

Over the past few weeks, I’d seen so many beautiful beaches that stopped me in my tracks time and time again. Now for a change of scenery, driving back up the south coast I was heading west to mountain and river country! 270 more words

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Fishers Point - Tasmania

A breathtaking early morning walk to Fishers Point at the bottom end of Tasmania.  Starting at Cockle Creek this easy *two hour walk takes you along various beaches that snug the southern coast of the Tasman Sea! 125 more words

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The End of the Road - Cockle Creek, Tasmania

Driving to the far south of Tasmania, lies Cockle Creek. It is home to the most southern most street in Australia.

There are many kms of unsealed corregated road, and my two wheel drive was quite capable of the trip – however I was mostly in second gear!!! 133 more words

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Perspective

For the last few years, I had pretty much neglected a present from my wife; one of cheapest lenses Canon manufacture – a 50mm 1.8f lens costing a grand total of around $140 at the time. 245 more words

Fly Fishing