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Pet Reservoir: Ridgley Tasmania

Here is the photo I've selected from Carol's collection for publication by Think Tasmania this month. It was taken at Pet Reservoir in Ridgley at 7:12pm on 3 December 2010, as the evening fog began to settle ~ Greg Hale Pet Dam or Pet Reservoir Pet Reservoir is also...

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Cottage: Pride and Joy

Here is another of Carol's photos for Think Tasmania readers. This deserted cottage has long been abandoned. In years gone by, it would've been someone's pride and joy. Unfortunately I don't know exactly where it's located. If you recognise the cottage and know the...

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Mulan Restaurant: Chinese

We might head to Mulan Restaurant for dinner. The power's been out. Woolworths has spectacularly failed to deliver our online order for the second consecutive day. I've been a bit sick (hence the "emergency" food order from the supermarket). Anyway, that's enough...

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Levendale: Derelict Cottage

Continuing the historical theme, here is a photo of a derelict cottage at Levendale taken by Carol Haberle (14 April 2012). In its prime, the cottage would have been owned by a wealthy farmer. If readers have any additional information to add about Levendale, a reply...

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The Glass House. Amazing!

Have you been to The Glass House in Hobart? That place is amazing! We were angling for coffee from Brooke Street Larder, but the water-level cafe was closed for a private function. We took a punt on the larder's Brooke Street Pier neighbours, and we were in luck....

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Elizabeth Town: Convict Heritage

Carol had a great interest in the history of Tasmania. This photo was taken at Elizabeth Town. While the building was built by convicts, it would appear it's been refurbished ~ Greg Hale Elizabeth Town: ETC Bakery As it happens, we published an article about ETC...

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