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Southwards we headed, to rendezvous with old friend Bev, at Mt Field National Park.

Bev and Judy share a glass of wine for old times sake

Next day we spent a great day up on the alpine plateau in Mt Field National Park. These pandani plants were interesting.

Up Mt Field and thru the pandani

Bev led us higher and higher ...

On top of the world

Beautiful alpine tarns, and the fagus was turning colour too.

Harvey, a mountain tarn, and the fagus

Bev and Harvey look like they still have lots of energy! Well, Bev did!! 

Up Mt Fieldf

The alpine gums had stringy bark and multi colored trunks.

Alpine Gums
Six hours later we returned to the car park, a great day!

Bev, Judy and Harvey - fresh as daisies!

Next day we saw a little of Hobart before heading down to the Tasman Peninsula.

Harvey, Hobart harbour

Port Arthur was very interesting, such a morbid history.

Port Arthur, Tasman Peninsula

Mt Wellington above Hobart is a great place to watch the full moon rise!

View over Hobart from Mt Wellington

And now down the Huon valley, with its spectacular autumn colors.

Down the Huon Valley

Typical lunch stop ... well packed vehicles!

Lunch, Harvey's Nissan, our Toyota, Lyn's Toyota

Lake Gordon and surrounding country was so rugged.

Sun goes down, Lake Gordon

Back to Mt Field for another night's camp.

Camp site, Mt Field Nat Park

Three tents all in a row, Lyn, then Harvey and Gary, then Harvey and Judy.

Three little tents in a row!

Russell Falls in Mt Field National Park.

Russell Falls

now off to Strahan and the west  ..............

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