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Our Christmas Tassie Adventure

Discussion in 'Tas' started by Rocky, Dec 23, 2010.

  1. Rocky

    Rocky Well-Known Member

    Heading off tonight for a quick christmas getaway...

    For anyone wanting to say hello, our rough itinirary is something like this:

    23rd overnight on SPOT,
    24th - Breaky with friends in Devonport, then off to Hobart for a family Christmas.
    26,27,28 - not sure, but probably try for camping, maybe Sloop Reef (East Coast), then Taste of Tassie on the 28th.
    29,30,31 - Falls Festival, Marion Bay
    1st - Off to Launceston for recovery and hang around until Ferry again on the night of the 3rd.

    Looking forward to seeing a few kombis while we are cruising around the state.

    Cheers, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all:D
     
  2. carazeee

    carazeee Member

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    I'm not working now on the 28th but will be there drinking... somewhere near the moorilla or moo brew stands! haha! Hope you have a good trip and that we get some decent weather for you! :p
     
  3. Rocky

    Rocky Well-Known Member

    Weather aside, we always enjoy Tassie, might shout a brew or two if we get the chance.

    Cheers
     
  4. Doody

    Doody Member

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    On my first road trip in Tassie this New Year. Over on the ferry, then Hobart, Strahan, North East and then back down the West. If I don;t see you at the Falls Festival I will see you on the road! Merry Christmas.
     
  5. brenal

    brenal New Member

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    Pretty sure I saw Rocky going thru Franklin a few weeks back but was unfortunately not in my bus.

    regards Bren
     
  6. Rocky

    Rocky Well-Known Member

    That was us for sure, on our way either down or back from a night near the Tahune airwalk. Was beautiful down there and loved the drive.
     

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