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Published: January 15th 2014
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Tasmania is stunning. Fact, no ifs, buts or maybes it just is. Having lived in the fair green isle for a couple of years during my nomadic childhood it has stayed in my memory as my favourite temporary home and The Overland Track through the heart of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage area has been firmly on my bucket list for years. Routinely up there as one of the top long distance walk... Read Full Entry



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Day 3 route markerDay 3 route marker
Day 3 route marker

Rainy clouds are back
My favourite sign My favourite sign
My favourite sign

The lookout was a bit of a wash out
Day of Mud ... Day of Mud ...
Day of Mud ...

Its through the mud, but when it's like this you may never be seen again



15th January 2014

Fabulous experience
It was definitly up and down and always a challenge to see how much mud you could get over your boots each day. What a wonderful experience to do it with a great friend and something I will never forget. I think we certainly had our share of good and bad Tasmanian weather but I wouldn't have swapped it for anything.
16th January 2014
Buttongrass

We enjoy your blogs
Great photo
16th January 2014
Cradle Lake from Above

Love, love, love this shot
Makes me want to be on the trail with you!
16th January 2014

Awesome Blog
Hi Great Blog, happy memories of Tassy, stay safe. Kangaroojack

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