Friday, 7 May 2021


The mountain below is call Sleeping Beauty often referred to as 'Beauty'.  Sleeping Beauty is composed of two mountains Collins Bonnet (1260m) named after the founding Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania) who established Hobart (Capital city of Tasmania) in 1804 and Trestle Mountain (1100m).  Collins Bonnet Forms her lovely head while Trestle Mountain forms the bosom. Her face and nose pointing upward on the right, moving to the bosom and body laying to the left.  I can see this description so hopefully you can too.

We just went for a drive on one of the roads down Huonville way and came across 'Beauty' and a dead end road.
The 2nd photo is of unused huts for the shearers, 3rd photo a horse at the end of the road.

Monday, 3 May 2021

The Caravan Park, Huonville

Children Kayaking on the river also they swim there as do some adults.  The little boy in the second photo was trying desperately to undo the latch on his helmet but couldn't, next thing he's standing in front of me asking if I could undo it for him.  I managed :)

The 3rd photo is one from near the gate of a small part of the caravan park in Huonville, Tasmania, the caravans go all the way down towards those trees in the distance and to the right.
There is a boom gate that requires a password to enter and exit.

Friday, 30 April 2021

Sunset, Huonville

A sunset is always pleasant more so on a warm evening.  We were sitting outside watching and taking in the scenery, so snapped these shots at the caravan park.