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So Many Walks on Our Little Island

Postby Joe » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 8:17 pm

corvus wrote:Looks like you wont need my email scan of the info but don't we have some great Day walks /Overnighters in our neck of the woods :D


Mate...best ever. Folks on the north island dont understand what they are missing :D

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Re: New Pelion Hut via Walls?

Postby Son of a Beach » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 9:11 pm

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corvus wrote:Looks like you wont need my email scan of the info but don't we have some great Day walks /Overnighters in our neck of the woods :D


Mate...best ever. Folks on the north island dont understand what they are missing :D


ssshhhh! keep it down. Don't want our island overrun with those big uns! ;)
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Re: New Pelion Hut via Walls?

Postby Joe » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 9:28 pm

Son of a Beach wrote:
taswaterfalls.com wrote:
corvus wrote:Looks like you wont need my email scan of the info but don't we have some great Day walks /Overnighters in our neck of the woods :D


Mate...best ever. Folks on the north island dont understand what they are missing :D


ssshhhh! keep it down. Don't want our island overrun with those big uns! ;)



Its funny...when I first read corv's post I thought, yeah...the NW coast is awesome for day walks...then I thought back to all the awesome walks I had on the East Coast which made me think yeah NW and NE...then I thought...gee...the walks Ive done over West such as Montezuma Falls etc have been awesome as well...so better say NW, NE, E and W. Then I thought about the time I had spend on Mount Wellington and also around the outer suburbs of Hobart...and decided that as a whole...our state is spectacular for Walking. :lol:
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Re: New Pelion Hut via Walls?

Postby Son of a Beach » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 9:41 pm

Come on... this is Tasmania...

Let's talk about mud, people. And cold... sheesh... freeze the balls offa Brass Monkey. Backwards hicks-ville it is! Sure it's pretty, but really, we don't want to become overrun with foreign pests!

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Re: New Pelion Hut via Walls?

Postby corvus » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 9:45 pm

State 1 Aus nearly 1 for walking then eh!!
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Re: New Pelion Hut via Walls?

Postby flyfisher » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 10:12 pm

Yeah I'm with you blokes re...our fantastic walks, :D
but I hope it doesn't get like our lake fishing with big island "terrorists"in large numbers during peak season :shock:

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Re: New Pelion Hut via Walls?

Postby flyfisher » Thu 10 Apr, 2008 10:14 pm

Woops-----Perhaps off topic a weee bit.
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Re: So Many Walks on Our Little Island

Postby johnw » Fri 11 Apr, 2008 9:17 am

corvus wrote:don't we have some great Day walks /Overnighters in our neck of the woods :D

taswaterfalls.com wrote:Mate...best ever. Folks on the north island dont understand what they are missing :D
as a whole...our state is spectacular for Walking. :lol:

Son of a Beach wrote:ssshhhh! keep it down. Don't want our island overrun with those big uns! ;)

Too late, secret's out, we already know...Bwahaha! Bwahaha! :twisted:

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Re: So Many Walks on Our Little Island

Postby Joe » Fri 11 Apr, 2008 11:57 am

Damn these wily mexicans.....
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