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crispysince70

And a great day was had by all.

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Have got parents over visiting us, and of course, have been showing them the many delightfull places in Tasmania.

 

So, we've started out heading for Eaglehawk neck and dropped off at dog line, had a little photo op with the kids sat on the bronze dog. Then we had a little picnic on the beach at Pirates bay.

 

Got to Eaglehawk neck, had a little look at the blowhole, had a walk down to the jetty, where lots of charter boats were coming in with loads of tuna, a couiple of guys were catching squid and the kids spent a good half hour driving the fishermen mad with lots of questions.

 

Dropped off at Midway point of the way back and got out our fishing rods, and OMG it was brill, everytime we cast in a line there was something on the other end, it was absolutley brill!!

 

We managed to dodge the rain all day, and managed to get a bit of a suntan to boot.

 

It was great!!

 

Chris x


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Wow...you did really well, Chris. It mizzled up here all day today, so you obviously went in the right direction for the weather. I hope the parents have good weather for the rest of their stay here.

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Have got parents over visiting us, and of course, have been showing them the many delightfull places in Tasmania.

 

So, we've started out heading for Eaglehawk neck and dropped off at dog line, had a little photo op with the kids sat on the bronze dog. Then we had a little picnic on the beach at Pirates bay.

 

Got to Eaglehawk neck, had a little look at the blowhole, had a walk down to the jetty, where lots of charter boats were coming in with loads of tuna, a couiple of guys were catching squid and the kids spent a good half hour driving the fishermen mad with lots of questions.

 

Dropped off at Midway point of the way back and got out our fishing rods, and OMG it was brill, everytime we cast in a line there was something on the other end, it was absolutley brill!!

 

We managed to dodge the rain all day, and managed to get a bit of a suntan to boot.

 

It was great!!

 

Chris x

 

I miss the fishing I have to admit. I've never bothered in the UK.

 

I like the advatar - is that you?

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I miss the fishing I have to admit. I've never bothered in the UK.

 

I like the advatar - is that you?

 

Lol, no, It's my eldest son Luke, taken on Kingston beach when we first arrived in the Winter ( June ) and he assured us the water was freezing, the locals must'ave thought he was mad!

 

Chris x


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Aaaah! Glad you had a great day in this great country!!

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Aaaah! Glad you had a great day in this great country!!

 

 

We totally LOVE it, never had one minutes of missing home. Just wish we'd made the move years ago instead of just talking about it.

 

Chris x

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Lol, no, It's my eldest son Luke, taken on Kingston beach when we first arrived in the Winter ( June ) and he assured us the water was freezing, the locals must'ave thought he was mad!

 

Chris x

 

I thought that was a sharks fin in the background?

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I thought that was a sharks fin in the background?[/quote

 

Yes it is a sharks fin, but it's been photo shopped. ( don't tell anyone,lol )

 

Chris x


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