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All States Tassie Tour 2019 - 7th March to 12th March

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Nice spot to let the cars cool down ... 




And then we came upon this spot - almost the most southern tip of Tassie :thumbsup:



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On 10/03/2019 at 7:09 PM, HRM Fluff of Cornwall said:




I'm the good-looking one.


(Kick/ban for anyone who disagrees)

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See ya Tassie - thanks for a fantastic 5 days driving Rab and YLD127 :beerchug:



Thanks Rab for letting me hole up in your cabin, the chunky delish steaks and leading some of the way through the awesome twisties :thumbsup:

Thanks YLD127 for letting us stay in your cabin by the seaside again, saving my drone up the tree that threatened to give it a dunk in the ocean :roflmbo: and being our "local" here showing us the way :drivingalong:


I think it was a really good move to base ourselves 2 nights in 2 places - great move Rab :nod:


We're thinking of doing this again next year during SuperV8s Simmons Plains prolly early April we're guessing then similar route 2 days West Coast and 2 days East Coast - keep a look out for the thread when it posts up :bliss:

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Fantastic weekend like always.


Great to do a bit more of the north east - Scottsdale was a fantastic road (who am I kidding - they're all fantastic roads)


The boys kicked me out and made me sleep under the stars last night (apparently I snore)


Can't wait for the next cruise. As Gary said, Will look at tieing  next year's Tassie cruise in with the Supercars.


Hopefully a Great Ocean Road cruise mid July (prob tie in with school holidays to get @puffwagon along)

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Home safe. Time for a shower and to get to the real world and work.


Thanks for another fantastic trip guys


Bring on the next one.

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I'm not 100% sure but think we did about 860km around Tassie (forgot to reset my trip counter) over the 5 days or 26 hrs in the saddle.  The farrkn freak of YLD127 car prolly used a LOT less fuel - but I used 240 litres ... :roflmbo:


Definitely need to book something like Room 2111 again at Strahan Village - just so we can retire in the evenings to a bit of Bortelli Old Boys or Gallway whilst watching the sunset over Strahan Harbour :innocent:


Think we all agreed we'd bring fishing rods next time - ate a lot of  :fish:


Glad we did some more sight-seeing this trip - side trip to Spikey Bridge (apparently spikes put there to stop livestock from going over the sides).  Can still see the sea shells embedded in the concrete guessing from the local sand used.





We did a bit of cider run on Monday down the SW coast - stopped off at Pagan's and Frank's local apple (and other fruits) cider farms - looking forward to sipping a few this week.


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Some of pics for your enjoyment :thumbsup:



Boarding Spirit of Tasmania in Port Melbourne






Brekky at Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm (good one YLD127  :nod: )




Near Liena






Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain











More to come later :beerchug:

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Some more pics :thumbsup:


Lake Burbury Bridge





Verona Sands








1843 Colonial Barracks next to regularly frequented Spring Bay Pub in Triabunna




Spikey Bridge near Swansea




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