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Feb 26, 2014 - Near Hobart

Breakfast in the Wilderness consisted of boil your own eggs, raisin toast with butter & jam, canned peaches, a fresh orange, orange juice, coffee, and milk. Larry had his first soft-boiled egg. Quite satisfying. Our first stop was the Wall in the Wilderness, a sculpture in Huon pine that is in progress. It is a series of panels 1 meter wide, and 3 meters tall. When completed, it will be 100 meters long. The panels portray men, women, horses and other animals involved in the history of the area. It is a bas-relief, and the figures are very...

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Jan 20, 2013 - Barilla Caravan Park (Cambridge)

Sunday 20th. We look like we have finally got a nice day. We are feeling a lot better today, so I have some maintenance to do on the caravan, Steph is doing the washing and then we are going to Mt Wellington to have a look because the weather is nice and clear. It is amazing that Hobart has this huge mountain overlooking the town, and as the day was very clear it is a great view from up the top, although Steph was happy enough on the way up. on the way down when the drop off was on her side of the car she wasn't as happy, and as you could...

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Jan 19, 2013 - Port Arthur

Saturday 19th. Today the weather is a bit better so we decided to go and do a Port Arthur tour, I was still not on top of the world but getting a bit better. We did buy a Bronze Pass which gave us a small guided tour, Harbour cruise, and we also hired the self guided earphone guide. I was having a bit of trouble still with all the walking so was not that interested in it all (sorry Kylie) Cannot up load any photos for a few days as we have expired our allowance of 150 photos in the last 30 days. As soon as we have some space left I will...

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