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Coles Bay - Day 4

Wednesday 5 February 2014

Looks like a much better day today - mostly sunny with a temperature range of 11 to 18 degrees - but the best bit is the wind has dropped.

We spent the morning enjoying the sun and reading the papers. We had planned to walk up to the Wine Glass Bay Lookout, but after sitting in the sun all morning we took the lazy option and walked around Coles Bay instead. After returning from our walk we started the process of packing up as we are leaving for Longford in the morning.

Sapphire Lodge from Muir's Beach

Sapphire Lodge from Muir's Beach

Di at the Muir's Beach boat-ramp

Di at the Muir's Beach boat-ramp

Looking south from the end of Muir's Beach

Looking south from the end of Muir's Beach

The Hazards

The Hazards

The Hazards from the end of Muir's Beach at Coles Bay

The Hazards from the end of Muir's Beach at Coles Bay

The cruise boat to Wine Glass Bay

The cruise boat to Wine Glass Bay

The hazards from the Coles Bay boat-ramp

The hazards from the Coles Bay boat-ramp

Boats anchored in the Cove at Coles Bay

Boats anchored in the Cove at Coles Bay

Looking south from the Cove at Coles Bay

Looking south from the Cove at Coles Bay

Posted by TwoAces 22:33

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Hi Di and David,

Marg and I must come to Tassie.
Thanks for your report, enjoy the rest of your trip.
We head North in 40 days. See you in Dicky Beach.

Frosty.
www.frostysaussieadventures.com

by snowman3195

PS: Those photos are very 'blue'???

by snowman3195

In Tassie the sky is blue and the water is blue, and there is no pollution to filter the colours!

Yes - you must come to Tassie!

by TwoAces

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