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Old 19-03-2018, 06:33 PM   #1
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Default Squizzy and Crusty's Tassie trip.

Just a few photos from our adventure.

Waiting, waiting, waiting.



Derek was thinking, I must have forgotten something, I know I was!



Mt. Wellington



Near Cradle Mountain, I think. Someone will be sure to let me know otherwise.






Hellyer Gorge Rd




I did not realise Derek's influence was so strong.



Another perfect evening in Stanley.



Hope Pete and the gang are having as much of a good time as we had.
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Old 20-03-2018, 10:37 AM   #2
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Default Re: Squizzy and Crusty's Tassie trip.

Now we have the pics from day one where are the rest?
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Old 20-03-2018, 12:02 PM   #3
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Default Re: Squizzy and Crusty's Tassie trip.

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Near Cradle Mountain, I think. Someone will be sure to let me know otherwise.


That is Quamby Bluff, up the A5 - Highland Lakes Road, South of Derolane (Deloraine)
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Old 26-03-2018, 04:11 PM   #4
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Derek was thinking, I must have forgotten something.
Naw....he was thinking about what he'd tell Charley Boorman this time around

The sheer number of Campers and Caravans all over Tas had us stumped though...if that continues to grow the place will be wrecked in a few years.
One has to go REALLY off the beaten paths to get away from those lumbering speed-traps.
You've got some sweet shots there, mate...any chance to use the XL-version off SmugMug rather than those tiny shots?
They're really worth having a better look at!
(when you grab the pic-URL off SM, there are 3 or more sizes available, each with their own link...pick the XL).
It's a bit of a shame to have such quality pics reduced to near-thumbnail size (even if they're called "large")



MORE please!!




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Hope Pete and the gang are having as much of a good time as we had.
You lucky sods seemed to have cashed in all the good-weather-chips and left us with the dregs. Still had a GREAT time though :-)
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Old 26-03-2018, 07:53 PM   #5
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Default Re: Squizzy and Crusty's Tassie trip.

Hi Pete, few more.Will take your advice and make them XL.

Ben Lomond Village.



Opossum Bay



On the way to Cradle Mountain, never got there though.



Arthur River.



Table Cape.



We were lucky with the weather, apart from the first morning off the boat when it rained, and when Sally jinxed us going to Port Huon "it would be funny if it started to rain 30 minutes before we get the motel" was said at lunch.

Great fun though, going back with the van and doing the free camp thing next time, if they have not closed that little loophole by then.
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