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.



46 comments:

  1. What a beautiful place to camp! So cute that the little guy asked you for help when he couldn’t unlatch his bike helmet. And good boy for wearing one! We enjoyed three days of camping this week also.

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    1. I must say Cynthia all the children and adults who rode bikes there wore helmets, it's one of the rules.
      So lovely you could go and do some camping, hoping you can do more.

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  2. What an attractive park to camp. Lots you can do there. Nice the little boy asked for help and you helped him. In today's world, that was nice to do. Some people would ignore him or tell him go back where he belongs.

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    1. Suppose some people would ignore that young boy, I couldn't so that :)

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  3. What a beautiful area.
    I can remember being stuck in a bike helmet (frosty fingers) and wish that I had someone like you to help me...

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    1. Oh those helmets are a pain to undo sometimes. Yes, I would have helped :)

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  4. Buena zona para disfrutar. Los niños se lo pasan bastante bien.

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    1. I'm sure all the children had a great time there, didn't hear any fighting either. We had a good spot to view all their antics.

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  5. Swimming in April in cold water is very brave. The poplars must look impressive in their autumn colours.

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    1. Andrew, the weather was warm as in 29degC one day, other days 25C no swimming on the 20degC days but for an odd person or two.
      I should imagine the trees would be nearly bare now, they had turned their colour when we were there.

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    1. Beautiful place Jo-Anne, one of the best caravan parks we've stayed in in our 20 years of travelling.

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  7. This looks like a lovely campsite,Margaret, and kudos to you for being so helpful to that little boy.

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    1. Always there to help if needed Beatrice. Several children said 'hello' as they passed our way and that was nice.

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  8. There is something quite touching when a small child knows that he can trust you to help him. Well done!

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    1. That's true because not every child in need of help would come to a stranger. Thank you.

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  9. Прекрасный отдых, Маргарет! Тепло, зелено, красиво! А почему он называется Караван-парк?

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    1. Thanks.
      It's called a Caravan Park because it's where Caravans can go to park/stay with power and water or with no power or water - a place where is security with fences, a caretaker/owner there 24 hours of the day every day.

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  10. Beautiful camp site with lovely scenery. So nice to see the children and adults enjoying themselves in the water. Cute boy seeking you for help with his helmet.

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    1. Thoroughly enjoy watching everyone having a good time.

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  11. You can enjoy the water, field, good landscape, blue sky and happy atmosphere.

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  12. Un bel posto dove rilassarsi e apprezzare la natura, grazie dei tuoi commenti, ciao e buona settimana, un abbraccio Angelo.

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  13. what a wonderful place to relax. I am Ok and I am coming back this week.
    Love from Poland

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    1. It is Gosia and so lovely to see you are back and pleased you are ok :)

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  14. oh thank your for transforming my day dear Margaret !
    lush ,serene and breathtaking views :)))

    i want to frame these images and hang on wall :)

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  15. Beautiful and peaceful place.
    I loved the little one, as he couldn't solve it on his own, he was looking for help, very well.
    All the best

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  16. Sweet little boy :) always fun to see kids enjoy themselves. Great photos Margaret.

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  17. Beautiful landscapes, an ideal place to rest, enjoy nature and be inspired, children have an extraordinarily great time, good as the elders imagine.
    Best regards.

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    1. Soaking up nature there and it's quietness even with people there is wasn't loud with noise, just happy sounds.

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  18. Lovely, I believe all people have had a great time and full of fun. This place looks so wonderful.
    Hugs

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  19. Que lugar lindo, amo suas postagens e fotos! bj

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  20. Интересное сообщение, красивые фотографии и милые дети.

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  21. Through your eyes and lens...to my eyes...thank you once again! :)

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