Sunday, 22 January 2017

Launceston weekend

Had a fun weekend ...

Maria has had some family stuff to do and we've made the most of being back in Launie. Dropped in to the Harvest Market for breakfast and enjoyed the familiar smells and ambiance. One of Maria's sisters is renovating, so we picked up crowbars and hammers to help demolish the kitchen. Living in a house reduced to concrete floors and walls and ceilings minus plaster is not for the uncommitted. Respect.

I started today by doing some laps in the pool at the gorge ... swimming in the morning sun in a near empty pool in such an amazing environment is a sweet thing. My shoulder will probably need some Voltaren after a session in the cricket nets with the enthusiastic nephews this morning. I thought an ale on the back verandah and a snooze to follow might help ... tomorrow will tell.

A feast of tennis ...

And I head home with some new wheels. An upgraded Patrol and a Bianchi bike (thanks Gregg).

Port Sorell with Bakers and Badgers Beaches ahead of the mouth of the Tamar.
local food, local music, local weather
Maria chiselling tiles away from the wall
vivid colours

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