My Epic Tassie Weekend, Part the Second

Thousands of unemployed men built the road to the top of Mt. Wellington during the hard financial times of the 1930s:


…so that travelers could drive to the top and see this view:


I was one of those travelers. See?


More panorama:

I’m cold. Or possibly incognito. Can you tell?

Even more panorama. That’s Hobart down there. Pretty cool, right?
Seriously, though… God made this beauty so we would worship him. Get to it!

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6 thoughts on “My Epic Tassie Weekend, Part the Second

  1. Thanks for coming to visit me while you were in Hobart, Laura! I'm sorry I wasn't more charming and friendly. But I was having a great fur and whisker day, so I know that I must have looked really hot. So that's come consolation for you. Next time, can you bring me a bucket of Colonel Sanders's finest? Cheers.

  2. Laura.

    Must – have – new – *cough* – post.

    Dying – *wheeze, hack* – from – lack of – postitude.

    Dave (it will help if you read that as though it were Captain Kirk or Comic Book Guy)

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