We have arrived in Hobart, after leaving Ross and travelling through Oatlands and Richmond. They are the most beautiful old towns, and of course we had to do a little shopping. I purchased a cake stand for my daughters wedding, and also another very strange item, can't let the cat out of the bag as its also for the wedding. The bridges are in these towns are amazing, very clever convicts (poor buggers) many hours of hard labor.
This is the bridge at Campbell Town, the bridges at Ross and Richmond are better but haven't transferred them yet. Even though this is still lovely.
Check this out, these carvings have been carved with a chain saw, by a local of Legerwood.
Trees were planted in memory of locals who went to war. When the trees became to big and dangerous they had to be cut down, so this clever guy made a memorial by carving figures of the soldiers and their families. Amazing.
Hope you are all still stamping away, don't forget the May special. Buy 3 packs of designer series paper and get one free. Email me if you wish to place an order.
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