Or .. Rip, Rack, Roar and Rumble explained.Continue reading “Looking back in Isolation”
We noticed the above in the Kings Meadows shopping centre last Sunday. We tried to earn a roll but the butcher had run out of sausages!! Bloody Hoarders.Continue reading “Life in Self-Isolation”
Day 3. Back to Deloraine via Meander.
After the rain clouds cleared during the previous evening, the air cooled down. My sleeping quilt is rated to 5°C – that’s keep you alive at 5°C not keep you toasty warm. I was aware of how it performs so wrapped myself up for the night in plenty of clothing, an extra fleece blanket and the quilt. It was still cold!Continue reading “Autumn Mini-Tour to Mole Creek”
Day 2. Deloraine to Mole Creek
Before we travel any further, I would like I would like to pay my respects to the local Pallittorre peoples, the traditional custodians of the land where we rode on Day 2. The Mole Creek area had been settled by the Pallittorre peoples for at least 10,000 years prior to the arrival of the Brits.Continue reading “Autumn Mini-Tour to Mole Creek”
1 route. 2 days. 2 maps. 2 sets of different statistics. On day 1, Ride with GPS had troubles finding satellites but on day 2 it locked in after a couple of seconds. I believe the detail for day 2 to be the most accurate. This belief is enforced by knowing that the ride to Quamby Corner caravan park was a bit of a trial for us trike riders (more details later!). Uphill for a lot of the way, we also rode into quite a breeze. It felt a lot more than 434 metres of climbing. On Day 2 we descended 593 metres following exactly the same route – that would seem a more likely figure for the day 1 ascent. Unless there were some unusual geological changes overnight.Continue reading “S36O. Longford – Golden Valley – Longford”
While travelling I was not able to prepare videos or process pictures that use 3 or 5 images to generate HDR shots. So here are some extra pictures and the videos.Continue reading “Longford to Hobart – Wrap Up”
Richmond to Hobart.
I had a good night’s sleep after sticking with some modifications to my arm position. While my shoulder is gradually feeling much better, it had a bad night the first night of the tour. I just could not get comfortable. 3 nights into the tour and all was good.Continue reading “Longford to Hobart. Leg 4.”