Life in Tasmania's Huon Valley, by a blow-in from the mainland
Sunday, September 22, 2013
I had to cancel a walk I was going to lead to Pelverata Falls this morning as it is pretty wet out there. It's supposed to clear up this afternoon, but when we made the call not to go at 7.30am it was absolutely pouring. Pelverata Falls was the very first walk I did when we moved to Tasmania. At the time it was very dry and there was almost no water flowing. So in lieu of actually going there today, here are some photos I took there a few weeks ago after we'd had some reasonable rainfall. It's a lovely short walk to do in spring. If you feel like doing a 'where's Wally?' exercise, in the third photo below there is a man standing on a boulder waving at me. It took me a while to spot him in real life!
Escaped Sydney in 2010 for a piece of paradise in Tasmania's Huon Valley. I'm a keen walker, remote worker, incompetent gardener, Bernese Mountain Dog owner, fan of almost anything German (food, language, cars, beer), amateur linguist, chook fancier, childfree.