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Post Info TOPIC: Cuppa & MrsTea's Blog - 'The Last Bit of Tasmania'


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Cuppa & MrsTea's Blog - 'The Last Bit of Tasmania'


The Last Bit of Tasmania.



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Well done Cuppa and Mrs Tea. I have enjoyed your travells as you moved through the small island of OZ. Many good memories of my visits there came flooding back with your many great pics.

Yobbo's! I think a good cage with them in placed in the middle of the local town and pics of their distructive behaviour for all to see as well as the $600 each fines is called for. I'm sure the locals wouldn't like what they see.


Keep Safe on the roads and out there.

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Hello Cuppa and Mrs Tea

I do not usually reply to blogs, although I do read them
I hope to get to Tassie one day

I would just like to say that reading one of your blogs, a few years ago, got me interested in looking at Caravan forums
So thanks for that, as I have found that this forum has plenty of helpful people around, who are willing to pass on advice to others



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That anyone might remember something I wrote almost a decade ago is something unexpected & special to me Tony. Thank you.

Internet forums can be a fantastic resource & provide many with a sense of community & belonging, especially among those of us who travel.



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I remembered your blog, cuppa because...

You mentioned Saint Helens, and the Sanky Canal in the UK

I attended the Saint Helens Technical Collage, on behalf of the NCB (National Coal Board)

Before my parents emigrated to Australia

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Great read Cuppa and Mrs T. Like others, it brought back great memories of Tassie - both working and holidays there over the years. I thought the seahorse farm was one of the strangest places. Unique, quirky come to mind. Good luck with the op and look forward to your WA adventure.

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