T's house is three and a half bedroom, the half bedroom having a fold out bed in a walkway to the back garden. T's bedroom has a full ensuite, and there is a large bathroom along with a separate toilet both upstairs and downstairs where the laundry is located next to the double garage with electric doors, one of which leads to another garage door the back garden. There is also a not used side driveway. The house has little street appeal but is fantastically spacious inside. It is a really nice home. R and I had our own bedroom, where T's sister usually sleeps and A slept in the walkway space, the half bedroom.
Everywhere in Launceston seems steep and T's place is no exception. She has great views over Launceston.
T had to work at her job as an Aussie Rules football administrator on the Saturday, looking after a young team visiting from Victoria.
We went to a supermarket and bought essentials. Sadly we did not buy any of this plentiful stock. We bought some liquour as Andrew without a drink at night can be terribly boring.
Somehow I learnt about JJ's Bakeries three outlets and we had some fine nosh in Longford. It was terribly busy as there was a motor car display.
This streetscape is so country town Australian.
The price of $10 entry to the car display seemed excessive to me, so we just looked at the overflow of cars in the church park. I won't overload you with car photos. This is an FJ General Motors Holden.
A Riley. Nice.
This one was my favourite, perhaps just for the name, a Vanden Plus Princess. So stylish.
R, A and myself went on to the town of Evandale. It was lovely.
Penny Farthing races are held annually in Evandale.
Evandale was just so nice.
This pub had the most fantastic beer garden, with the hottest bar staff person I have seen for a long time.
Another view from T's street.
While Mudbar is way out of our normal price league when dining out, it was great. It is claimed land taken from the Tamar River mudflats.
Maitre D' Jacob was fantastic and rather attractive.
Butterfly gin? I don't know about that. Jacob changed the colour of our drinks. He was a great performer.
$66 special for two courses, plus wine. Whoa. I asked if I could have two entrees for the price and after consultation with management yes, so I had beautiful scallops in a great sauce. and then a selection of oysters prepared in different ways. I didn't like the oyster shooters in the glasses in the centre of plate but the rest were divine.
A property developer built this foot and cycle bridge across the river to a nice park and the Silo Hotel. Sister and Bone Doctor have stayed at the Silo Hotel. Back to T's place and a wee dram before before bed.