Spirit of Tasmania







Melbourne to Devonport express…

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Reacquainted myself with all day nausea like in pregnancy
Wandered decks and corridors
Have thanks for white bedecked bunks
Played ball with a vest
Had hilarity visit while taking care of
12 apples
1 box strawberries

1 peach

1kg apricots

 
3 avocadoes
1 broccoli
1 zucchini
4 carrots
2 bunch asparagus
So as not to lose beautiful organic produce to a quarantine bin

Lily was dedicated to the task

 

Happy to get feet on soil
Lily was a trooper
Cedar was a sleeper
Jesse was an adventurer
Mama was a smuggler (organic garlic plait from dear friends, sorry Tasmania)
Arriving was waving
Driving was exploring
Stopping was adoring
Made instant friends
Lucked out with the location
Sunset was expanding
Seashore was restoring
Nothing to do but snoring…

phew

our next chapter has begun

xxx

One thought on “Spirit of Tasmania

  1. I only made it across by sleeping. Feeding a toddler meant I couldn’t have any medication but they gave us a cabin for free. When I go back to Tassie I will have to fly, methinks!

    Best wishes
    Jen in NSW

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