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"NO MORTGAGE . NO MOWING" - The Grey Nomad Journey of Keith and Frances Thompson

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Lagoons Beach

Lagoons Beach

Lagoons Beach Conservation Area is around 40km South of St Helens so our first "return to the road" journey was only 65km after waking to a white frost again, possibly the last we will see now we have hit the coast for a while. The campground here stretches over about...

Farewell to Goulds Country

Farewell to Goulds Country

Above: The property that has been our  "home" for 4 months, caravan in the background. Now we are moving on for the second half of our year in Tasmania and heading down the East Coast relatively s-l-o-w-l-y. The main reason for us being here has been to keep about 80...

Australia Hill, The Blue Tier

Australia Hill, The Blue Tier

As our house sitting is coming to an end (our owner gets back on Sept. 6) we took one more drive up the Blue Tier; this is only about 15km away but takes a good 25 minutes as all on gravel and very winding and narrow in places, you also climb from around 120m here to...

Weldborough District

Weldborough District

Photos Courtesy Free Range Camping. fAbove: Weldborough from Mount Paris Dam Road. The tiny settlement of Weldborough sits about half way between Scottsdale and St Helens nestled between 2 parts of the mountain ranges through this part of Tasmania.  To the North you...

St Helens and Updates

St Helens and Updates

Above: St Helens from Binalong Bay Road The town of St Helens is the most Northerly of all the settlements on Tasmania's East Coast and the place where the Tasman Highway from Launceston meets the Ocean.  A town of around 2000 permanent residents it has many holiday...

Ralph’s Falls and Cash’s Gorge

Ralph’s Falls and Cash’s Gorge

Above: View from Ralph’s Falls Lookout August 3, 2019 Our next target destination for a short trip was to visit the Victoria Ranges and the walking loop past Cash’s Gorge and Ralph’s Falls, a total of just over an hour’s walk including the side tracks to both...

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