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Feb 19, 2019 - Cradle Mountain

Cradle Mountain Sunday 17 February A bit cloudy and quite cool to start. Tessa had eaten a dove or pigeon last evening and didn’t wake us early, she wasn’t even pushing for her breakfast! There was a large patch of feathers in the garden! Louise, our host had not returned last night but did text this morning. We breakfasted, etc, packed and set off. North along the A7 to start, turning off at Legana, after refuelling, to head for Westbury. A lovely drive, we had driven this road two days ago, but it was still good! Across country to...

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OZ and Tassie

Apr 3, 2018 - drive to Cradle Mountain

Most of the people in Tasmania live in metro Hobart. Once we left the city, we passed through mostly farmland, punctuated by cute, small towns. We saw as many herds of sheep as we've seen in New Zealand, which seemed like the sheep capital of the world when we went there. There were also lots of herds of dairy cows. Today's goal was to drive to Cradle Mountain National Park, where we are spending the night in the park lodge. This park incorporates glacier sculpted mountain peaks, river gorges, lake and tracts of alpine woodland. Many people...

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Mar 13, 2011 - Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park

der wohl beruehmteste nationalpark tasmaniens. und wohl zu recht. wir wandeten hier tagelang, zuerst im norden, dann in der suedsektion, ohne handyempfang, radio, zeitung, tv, internet,... abgeschieden von der welt unter spiegelnden seen, im regenwald, in alpiner landschaft, aug in aug mit der einheimischen tierwelt. hier erfuhren wir etwas spaeter, so schien's -von der Katastrophe in Japan, und begannen schleunigst mit der umplanung, umbuchung,... neuausrichtung unsrer reise. schliesslich freuten wir uns schon sehr auf unsre 5 wochen in...

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Dec 13, 2010 - A Successful Test of Uploading a Photo

I am led to believe that i have successfully uploaded a photo of our group on Mt Ossa when we took the Godl Duke of Ed kiddies down there in January as well as some photos from the Royal National Park, South of Sydney. Just let me check.... Me Yep...look there it is!!

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