Monday, 15 July 2019

Squeaking Point

Continuing on a day trip we called into Squeaking Point which is a small town attached to Port Sorell, and Hawley.
Two women were fishing from the jetty.








40 comments:

  1. awww

    I wish I could get my wife out of the house...she's a home-body.

    The places we could enjoy...

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    1. Well you could enjoy together.
      Many people prefer to stay at home - whatever makes them happy.

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  2. i love to live in a place like this. looks really peaceful.

    anyway, I like your blog, wanna follow each other? please let me know. thanks :)

    JULIE ANN LOZADA BLOG
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  3. Beautiful! Being Australia, anything scary in that water? 😬

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    1. Nothing scary there as far as I know, never heard of anything.

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  4. Schöne Bilder vom Wasser und eine schöne Reflexion.

    Noke

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  5. Such beautiful scenery. What a great day to be out, exploring and taking photos.

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    1. That's a good question Cynthia.
      I found a radio program and there is a man who says that the sand was squeaky at the point, then the sand over time has gone, now there are pebbles - hence the name Squeaking Point..there is a theory about a ship and squealing pig but no documents were recorded of the ship ever being there etc.
      Interesting!

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  7. Love that name. It looks like a truly peaceful spot and I suspect I would be very happy sitting on that pier - even if the fish weren't biting.

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    1. It's cute name and I've just found a reply to Cynthia's question which I found interesting.
      Be lovely there fishing when you love to fish.

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  8. Great pictures--- and another spot that looks like a great place to spend some time.

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    1. Very quiet there, expect it would be busy in the holiday time.

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  9. Peaceful but too bloody cold for a visit from me at present.
    Colin

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    1. It was Rosemary and much improved with that rather good jetty from the time I'd been there before.

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  11. That jetty looks very sturdy, a perfect place to sit and think. All day and half the night too.

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  12. Maravillosos los colores de las fotografías. Los paisajes son bien hermosos.

    Besos

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  13. Oh dear this place is magically uplifting

    one cannot move from there easily i guess

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    1. That day it was a little hard to leave such a pretty place.

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