THIS WEEK ON ALL 4 ADVENTURE…
Jase and Simon and their mate Kiel are on the west coast of Tasmania where the historic mining sites have left ghost towns to explore.
These rocky tree-lined hills are a new terrain for the boys to tackle, and it proves to be a traction challenge. Without a trailer, Kiel is able to provide a tow-point with Maxy1 when the baby trees don’t look like they’ll hold in the tug’o’war with Blackout. Simon declares there should be a new state motto: Tasmania – the Winching State. And winching they do, slowly inching their way up and up.
It’s a massive effort, but the reward is a breathtaking view you couldn’t get anywhere else. While the day was beautiful, the night’s chill begins to set in. What better than a warming Lamb Stew to fill the hungry bellies?
Not missing a chance to take in some of the area’s history, they find the ruins of the old Royal Hotel from 1910. If the shell of those old walls could talk…
The local cemetery paints another picture of what was going on here back in the day. This area was filled with miners who would have seen their share tragedy and heroism. Especially when disaster struck the North Mount Lyell in 1912.
Horsetail Falls provides one last magical stop on this Tasmanian tour. It was worth surviving the bitter cold to be there during the small window that the falls flow during the winter months. Couldn’t think of a better spot to reminisce about all the adventures they had from Torres to Tassie!
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