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Launceston – George Town

Day 282

sunny 24 °C
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Had a great sleep in @ the Silverdome (where the Expo was held). They had a nice quiet carpark. Got a couple of DVDs out and watch Walk the Wire, the movie about the French Tight Rope Walker who walked across the World Trade Centre Buildings back in 1972. It was amazing. The footage, the sheer craziness of the feat, the fact the buildings are no longer there, and the fact that he just had to do it. I really enjoyed it.
Visited the Tasmanian Timber Gallery today in Launceston. It’s a design shop and exhibition of fabulous timber furniture and household items made around the state out of their fabulous timbers. Very gorgeous.

1887 Water Fountain Launceston

We then visited the Harley Davidson exhibition. Well I should say Steve did and I checked up on emails. The Launceston one also comes with its own Bar and live music on the weekends.

We then took Midget to the vet for her third injection, and left town. Arrived in George Town in time to take a walk around the point.

Posted by cssc 21:36 Archived in Australia

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