|Photo from their Facebook page.|
Saturday was meant to have been rainy and blustery. A few of us had planned a camping weekend but it had to be cancelled. So Saturday morning dawned and the sun was shining. And there was little wind. Hmmm... a Bike Day.
We finished the coffees and toast and the sun continued to shine. Off we went down to the wharf on the bikes where the Tall Ships are visiting.
|Tall Ships Hobart, Tasmania (Photo from Hobart Mercury Newspaper)|
We escaped for country roads farther south and ended up at Grandvewe. Grandvewe is a dairy farm of sheep. They have a beautiful little cafe that looks out over Birches Bay to the south of Hobart. The ewes are lambing and the lambs of course are gorgeous.
|The view over Birche's Bay south of Hobart. Beautiful farmland.|
Photo by Terina
|How cute is this little fella. Photo by Terina|
Trav Penguin didn't get down there as he was home wrapped up in a Kindle finishing Kathy Reich's latest book , more on that later, from him.
We had more coffees and teas and some Panini bread with cheese and free range ham with chutney that melted in my hungry mouth.
|Photo by Pam|
|We always love a group photo. That is 'moi' on the far left. Photo by Terina|
Then back onto the bikes and back to Hobart. It turned out to be a beautiful day with great friends and the most gorgeous country side in the world. (Or so we think anyway). Tasmania truly is one of the world's best kept secrets. Enjoy the photos.
|Our mate Terina has a camera on her bike.|
This is our group heading back north to
Hobart (a trip of about 45 minutes)
Photo by Terina