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Sunday, April 04, 2010

a drive up a big mountain

With visitors from interstate and overseas, Frank and I donned our tour guide hats and set off for Evandale and Ben Lomond. The weather was perfect, the scenery stunning, the company good and the mountain air invigorating.

So Ben Lomond might not be such a big mountain really, but it's big for Tasmania, and Jacob's Ladder (the windy, hairpin bend road to the top) is scary, and the cathedral pipe dolerite rocks are awe inspiring... so it is the big deal for the day.

And now a few photos to make you all wish you could have been there too:




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2 Comments:

At 9:30 am, April 05, 2010, Anonymous 2paw said...

Oh what beautiful photos, it looks lovely up there. I have never been up Ben Lomond.

 
At 10:28 pm, April 05, 2010, Blogger cecily said...

It's pretty scrabbly and barren really Cindy, but I guess there's a wild beauty in that. The ski equipment looks really messy when not in use and there aren't really tracks around the top... but still beautiful, yes :-)

 

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