When we wrote about Bellerive Village for Think Tasmania a while back, an extremely efficient disciple of the Clarence City Council was kind enough to send us quite a lot of additional information about the region. Just lately, we enjoyed a mid-morning Bellerive walk, taking in the beautiful autumn weather and the surrounds of the city. We only had a mobile phone to capture images, so we’ll return again with the camera to source some better photos to share.
One Step at a Time: Bellerive Walk
On a separate occasion, we set aside an evening for another Bellerive walk, and some photos from that time have also been included here. Again, the images are just snaps from a mobile phone. They were designed for our own research purposes, to be honest. We make detailed plans when we write articles so we can connect relevant topics from the website… this is not just an ad hoc, spur-of-the-moment process!
With great anticipation, we’re gradually building up to some of the longer walks from the surrounds of Hobart. From there, we’ll venture further afield in Tasmania. A Bellerive walk or two is merely the start. Take a stroll from Pindos Point; add a meander from Blundstone Arena to Kangaroo Bluff… and before you know it, you can hike from Lindisfarne Village past the Tasman Bridge to Howrah Beach.
Hip, Hip Hooray, We’re on Our Way!
As we mentioned in an article about GASP (Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park), a hip replacement has made me a little more mobile of late. In years gone by, walking was a big part of our lives. That sounds so strange, doesn’t it? We take so many things for granted when we can do them easily! Anyway, as weird as it may sound, we’re excited by the prospect of getting back into the walking groove.
So these mobile phone snaps are just a taster of what’s to come. We’ll gather our thoughts and draft a story or two. Then we’ll grab the camera and put together a more detailed version of the options for a Bellerive walk experience. Stay with us!
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