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

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Below you will find our latest Posts with photographs of all our latest travels.

….WHERE ARE WE NOW?

We are spending Feb 2019 to early March 2020 in Tasmania and basically touring most of the island.

After a Winter house sitting near St Helens we are continuing down the East Coast and then to the South.

The Blue route on the map represents our travels before house sitting and the red since leaving to continue our travels.

Tasmania 2019 Part1

  • Distance 1,684.34 km
  • Time 27 h 20 min
  • Speed 74.3 km/h
  • Min altitude 0 m
  • Peak 983 m
  • Climb 11829 m
  • Descent 11724 m
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May 8, 2019
Keith
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Our 13 month Tasmania journey starts off the Ferry in Devonport and Part1 takes us to our Winter House Sitting near St Helens.

Tasmania Part2

  • Distance 1,044.91 km
  • Time 17 h 27 min
  • Speed 59.8 km/h
  • Min altitude 0 m
  • Peak 373 m
  • Climb 7070 m
  • Descent 7169 m
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October 8, 2019
Keith
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After our Winter House Sitting near St Helens we travel down the East Coast to eventually work our way around to the Huon Valley and on to Bruny Island. We then returned to the Hobart area at The Lea Scout Camp before starting the third part of our Tasmanian adventure.

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Bruny Island – 8 – The Neck

Bruny Island – 8 – The Neck

  December 1-4, 2019The Neck is the narrow spit of land (sand) which joins North and South Bruny, it has a Lookout at the northern end and a Campground at the Southern end. We decided to finish our Bruny Island visit by staying here for three nights ($10/night,...

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Bruny Island – 8 – Fluted Cape Walk

Bruny Island – 8 – Fluted Cape Walk

  November 29, 2019 Above: the view from the top towards North Bruny with the Tasman Peninsula in the distance.The main walk from Adventure Bay is the Fluted Cape walk, about 6km in all; a shorter (out and back) walk allows you to just visit Grass Point at the...

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Bruny Island – 7 – Adventure Bay

Bruny Island – 7 – Adventure Bay

  November 29, 2019Adventure Bay is Bruny Island's only township as such with the larger of two stores and fuel and the Island's only Caravan Park. It has the largest number of houses anywhere on the Island although, as with many Tasmanian Coastal Communities,...

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Bruny Island – 6 – Alonnah

Bruny Island – 6 – Alonnah

  November 28, 2019Above : Looking along the beach and across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel to "mainland" TasmaniaLeaving Jetty Beach we opted to stop for the night at the Bruny Hotel at Alonnah who offer self contained camping for $5/night (an extra $5 if you want...

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Bruny Island – 5 – Mabel Bay

Bruny Island – 5 – Mabel Bay

  November 26, 2019 Mable Bay is the point where day visitors pull over to buy a National Parks Pass at a self serve terminal along Lighthouse Road. Little known, and unsigned, is a walking trail at this location leading down to the beach some 60 metres below. The...

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Bruny Island – 4 – Bruny Lighthouse

Bruny Island – 4 – Bruny Lighthouse

November 27, 2019 Top: Long view of the Lighthouse and cottages from Lightouse Bay Lookout, wide view at left.<br> Bruny Lighthouse sits atop Cape Bruny on the South Eastern tip of South Bruny Island. Only a short drive from our camp at Jetty Beach we just...

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