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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
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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 694.16 km
  • Time 12 h 28 min
  • Speed 65.5 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.

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The Huon – Part 5 – Port Huon

The Huon – Part 5 – Port Huon

  November 18-20, 2019 The campground at Port Huon, provided by Huon Valley Council at $10/night, is at the Shipwright's Point Regatta Ground which overlooks the Port Huon Wharf. When we lived in the Huon in the 1990s this was a little used wharf facility,...

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The Huon – Part 4 – Dover

The Huon – Part 4 – Dover

November 16-18 Above: Dover with Adamsons Peak behind. Dover and the Southern Huon River is an area we rarely visited during our ten years in Tasmania, so after four days at Cockle Creek we stopped over at the Dover Tourist Park for two nights. This gave us the chance...

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The Huon – Part 3 – The South Coast Track

The Huon – Part 3 – The South Coast Track

  November 14, 2019With very changeable weather we had to look at the forecasts and decide when to go and attempt this 16km return walk, or at least part of it. Forecasts were similar for two days but as Thursday started out looking reasonable but cloudy we...

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The Huon – Part2 – Cockle Creek

The Huon – Part2 – Cockle Creek

November 12-16, 2019Above: The beach and bridge at Cockle Creek looking outwards from the National Park. With the weather looking very "mixed" we decided to proceed South to Cockle Creek before going to Bruny Island so here we are at the Cockle Creek Campground. This...

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The Huon – Part 1 – Franklin Campground

The Huon – Part 1 – Franklin Campground

  November 9, 2019Leaving South Arm after 5 days we were intemding to stay with freinds at Glaziers Bay again but they have had too much rain to be able to access the paddock and curretly the winds are very high and gusty as well so an alternative plan was...

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Cape Deslacs and Goat Bluff

Cape Deslacs and Goat Bluff

  November 4, 2019 Cape Deslacs lies on the Eastern side of the South Arm Peninsula between Clifton Beach and Pipeclay Lagoon/Cremorne. A walking track takes you around the headland and back along the beach with a circuit of around 3km. The main image is the cape...

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