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Oct 30, 2017 - Tasmania Trip 2017

We had showers most of the night, then woke to heavy cloud. David went to the dentist this morning, however this is a two dentist practice and one of them is on holidays, so couldn't get in. He went to a Doctor instead and was given antibiotics for infected tooth, will go to dentist for check after antibiotics finished. David and Ann drove off first to go to the Tahune Air Walk, my washing held us up a bit. Then we followed. Had a quick look at Geeveston, what a shame the craft shop didn't open until 10.30am. Interesting sculptures around...

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Oct 29, 2017 - Tasmania Trip 2017

Well woke up to find it doesn't hurt at all to turn 70. A lovely sunny day, although very windy. We went to a small Church of Christ church, great service, but mostly older folk, sad when no young ones to carry on. Noel and David cooked BBQ lunch, very nice, then after nana nap, went to The Honey Pot, where we bought some honey, and had a honey ice cream, well I had chocolate not very adventurous. Ann and I spent some time looking for a platypus to poke his head up, no didn't happen. Then walked around the park. Came across a tiny plover,...

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Oct 28, 2017 - Tasmania Trip 2017

Friday we moved on to Huonville to the Huon Valley Caravan Park. This was only 35km from Snug. Ann had been talking to a lady who told her about this beautiful park, so decided to come as it sounded unique. This Park is part of a hobby farm, plus they are part of the Tassie Devil breeding program. I am sure this will go down as the best caravan park we have been in. Lush green grass like a carpet, large sites, the back of our vans look onto Mountain River, which is an arm of the Huon River. There are a few cows, a dozen sheep and lambs,...

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Feb 17, 2009 - The Huon Valley ...Newdegate Caves

After a night of chocolate!! We had to pack and take the caravan to the service centre in Glenorchy by 8.30am. It was the narrowest street I have ever driven in and so Sean had to reverse and side park the van....too scary for me!!! We then drove to Huon Valley and found the Banjos for breakfast. We all ate heartily and the ladies behind the counter fell in love with the dancing girl and the other cuties so gave them a big bag of chocolate chip shortbread....they really need more sugar. We then walked the street and Liam spotted organic...

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