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Stanley: Pop 481

G’day

I love towns that are steeped in history. That haven’t been caught up in the “build or perish” mentality you see so often in today’s world.

Much of Tasmania is like that. Its like going back in time in some respects.

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Cherish Peace For The Sake Of Those In Pain

G’day

Thursday April 28, 2016 marks 20 years since a lone gunman went berserk at the Port Arthur Historic Site in South East Tasmania, killing 35 and injuring a further 18.

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Packen It.

G’day

I don’t know about you, but if I get a bee in my bonnet about something, I research and study it to within an inch of its life before making a decision on the appropriate course of action.

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Travelling Companions.

G’day

I was going to write a blow-by-blow account of our vacation, but decided against it.

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What A Trip It’s Been.

G’day

To quote Toad (Hugh Keays-Byrne) from the Aussie movie Stone (1974):

“What a f#$ken trip it’s been eh?.”

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My Home Town.

G’day

This past week has been a bit nostalgic for me.

I’ve spent the Easter break back in my home town revisiting old haunts and catching up with people I haven’t seen in a very long time.

The most important person though, has been my Mum.

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Programming Has Been Temporarily Suspended

G’day

Due to technical difficulties with local Internet access, programming has been temporarily suspended.

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All Good Things.

G’day

The saying goes “All good things must come to an end” and so must our stay in Tasmania. Read the rest of this page »

So Much To See.

G’day

The Pillion and I have been in Tasmania now for a little over two weeks and what we found is that there is a lot more here than meets the eye.

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The Promised Land.

G’day

It rained on Wednesday last week, and it got down to a cold and wet 6 degrees centigrade on our way up to Dove Lake last Thursday, but, I totally understand why so many riders make their way down to Tasmania.

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