This gorgeous art deco house across the road is named Rosetta, which coincidentally is the Hobart suburb where we would stay in a week's time. I think for a late art deco house it is perfect, and the garden suits it well.
A side and rear view.
We were also curious about this tree on public land across the road. We once had a crab apple tree and it was beautiful when it flowered in spring. Plant Snap phone app helped me identify this one as a crab apple and it looks like an evergreen.
It doesn't look like birds like the fruit much.
What to do today? T and R were eager to visit the casino. A and I would be bored after five minutes. T and R both had wins, as R did on the ferry machines both ways. A was keen enough to visit the tram museum. It was hard to find and when we did, it was closed. There was a nearby art gallery but we couldn't find the entrance, although we didn't try too hard. I took the car to a car wash and gave it a rough clean and we then headed back to the Seaport for a late lunch at Rupert & Hound. Mudbar had a mix of male and female staff but oddly where we lunched were all female staff. Not good for either me or A to watch but the food and service were fine.
Our late friend who was from Tasmania had the drag name of Jaz or Jazzie, but James' full drag name was Jasmine. A had brought a memento of his, a mermaid figurine. She set it up on the railing and took a photo with this yacht in the background.
Once back home via a visit to restock liquour supplies, I went out for a short walk along the only flat street I could see. This new house is a talking point without large front windows to take advantage of the great views, along with what looks like wallpaper on its front.
The view it could have, minus the car etc.
The closed barbeque was lit and in went a leg of lamb for dinner. R being a very good cook took over the cooking of everything else. We all ate too much and T did not have start work early the next day, so there was time to say goodbye to her in the morning.