trip in Tassie August 24, 2007 will be in Tassie (predominately West coast) in September for two weeks . Any one prepared to have me stay for awhile?? Overnight, over week whatever? « Belford road bridge series sculpture series » Journal Comments dairygirl about 9 years ago hi Mick I would but I don’t live in Tassie any more and have not done for a few years now, but lucky you it is such a beautiful place and lots of interesting things over there.Hope you have lots of fun whist you are there. mick8585 about 9 years ago Ta Ann Marie. Ineed a break from Melbourne town. Susan Zohn about 9 years ago I live in Texas so I can’t help but you are welcome here anytime! dairygirl about 9 years ago your welcome mick, I live in Qld, so sorry can’t help you out, I know what it is like to need a brake, trust me.hope you find some where over there to stay, what about a backpacker’s lodge, cheap and intresting, some time’s fun.cheers. Rhana Griffin about 9 years ago If I knew you better, I wouldnt hesitate to offer you a place to bunk down, but as things stand right now I just wouldnt be comfortable with it, I hope you understand… Besides, Mr B would completely freak out! Is this your first trip to Tassie? How long will you be here? I would be more than happy to point you in the direction of some things definately NOT to miss, and with a little insider local knowledge ;) mick8585 about 9 years ago Of course I understand B. Will probably come on the ferry with my car. Across to Stanley , back to North coast and make my way to Strauchan eventually. Aim to be there for a week. Wanted to stay away from the North east coast (done that before) and Launceston. Probably visit Queenstown as well (just to visit that pub with the batwing doors, just like the wild west!). Who knows where I’ll end up ? Rhana Griffin about 9 years ago If you go to Stanley you must * climb The Nut! Its a hard slog, but well worth it (oh… and there *is the chairlift if you want to wuss out =)) Check out “Forever” and “So Blue” in my gallery. Strahan is beautiful this time of year… amazing sunsets off the coast, and not too many tourists ;) The Gordon River Cruise is highly recommended and there is the longest running play ever that plays every night in the community hall… absolutely BRILLIANT! Very funny! The Woolnorth Windfarms can only be accessed by going on a tour (something I am yet to do but have promised myself when I get my new camera) but well worth it if you are as entranced by windfarms as I am. I am sooo in love with this place I could go on forever… mick8585 about 9 years ago Thanks for the tips. I cannot do landscapes but will practice them anyway. Thanks B.