Friday 21st June

I decided to make some Lemon Spread from the tree that’s loaded of sweet lemons. After lunch decided to do a walk around the Launceston Marina, its so beautiful, lighting was not great but it didn’t matter.

 Marina from Bunnings side of town.  Walk bridge over the Tamar  Looking over towards the Stillwater Restaurant and Cataract Gorge,  Stillwater on left utilizing Silo’s.  Another lot of Silo’s being used for accommodation, Peppers


Day 70

Sunday 10th May

Hope all the mothers out there took some time out for themselves.I did, Went down to Seaport in Launceston and walked from there and around to Cataract Gorge taking some photo’s, was a beautiful day and back again.

IMG_6503  Seaport Walkway/JettyIMG_6510  kids in their minnow yachts, or it maybe the next size up (cant remember the name of the next sized one), practicing.IMG_6519  Cruise boat passing and then he goes up the gorge and back.IMG_6528  Big building on the left is called Stillwater Restaurant, this is where Don’s son works as a chef, it also has a art gallery for the local artists. Cataract Gorge runs up on the right hand side, there are two bridges but the one behind is out of view in this shot.IMG_6536 There are the two bridges, and the Cataract gorge with the boat returning.

Days 16 & 17

16th Monday
Had a lovely drive down thru the Midland h’way and onto Launceston. got here and Sean said we could put the camper into the carport, so very lucky. We will do day trips for awhile from here. Spent the rest of the day catching up with Sean and Katie. Sean took us for a quick venture around town and down to his work where we caught up with Katie as well.
17th Tuesday
We decided to go to Cataract Gorge and to see Ducks Reach, was an old hydro power station, even though the weather has rained and very overcast, had a great day and will do the other end tomorrow. These photo’s were taken with a point and shoot that is waterproof, so not the best images, as it was raining.
IMG_0482  The view from the front doorDSCF4162  stairs out of the gorgeDSCF4145  Swing bridge across cataract gorge at Ducks ReachDSCF4154  Looking up at the swing bridge and old power house in back groundDSCF4138 DSCF4135 DSCF4132  This building operated the old flying foxDSCF4126Staff homes power station  These homes were built in the mid 1800’s for the workers of the hydro power station, 3 are still being lived in.DSCF4125DuckReachPowerStation  Looking down from car park at the old power station houseIMG_0521YellowWattleBird Yellow Wattle bird, I believe they are only in Tasmania.