Heading Home from Triabunna

Short trips are over so soon and we must head home so a couple of stops on the way home break up the journey. A quick stop at the spiky bridge highlight the use of what was available to construct a bridge that has stood the test of time. Although it is not in use now, it still looks in good condition.

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Spiky Bridge

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Spiky Bridge

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Spiky Bridge

Four vans stopped for lunch at Campbelltown at the free camp ground behind the Red Bridge. It is so central and halfway to almost everywhere.

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A short walk from the free camp to the Campbell Town Hotel and Bistro to sample some of Tassie’s scallops in a scallop pie was  my idea of a great lunch. Anyone who tours Tasmania should be on the lookout for a scallop pie. Many locations have scallop pies, they all have their own recipe, but the main ingredient is always scallops.

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Scallop pies should be on everyones list in Tasmania

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Great food, great weather, good friends, wish the rest of them would  hurry up, I’m getting hungry

 

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