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Offline PNYGTA

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Tassie 2021 Pics Up
« on: February 16, 2021, 10:05:07 am »
https://vic.mustang.org.au/moca_gallery/moca-vic-tas-tassie-2021/

Click the link to take you to the pics from Tassie 2021

Cheers

PNYGTA

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Re: Tassie 2021 Pics Up
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2021, 04:20:03 pm »
Hey, great photos, hope you all had the time of your life!
Cheers Phil.
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Re: Tassie 2021 Pics Up
« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2021, 05:29:36 pm »
It was a great trip Phil.  Some maginificent drives across the north east and north west of Tasmania.

We got to see one of the best car collections I've ever seen - Chas Kelly's at Devonport.

Highlight for me was the drive sections around into and out of Scottsdale. The incoming leg was a section of Targa Tasmania with more bends than a banana plantation, and then onto St.Helens was about 3 more similar sections. 
After staying at Scamander, went up to Bridport and Barnbougle Lost Farm - spectacular lunch location. Back into Launceston for a couple of nights, and out to Sheffield - beautiful mural town with spectacular mountain backdrops. Some went on to Cradle Mountain, while others went to Deloraine etc.

Some good dinners / functions enjoyed with the member of MOCA Vic/Tas as well.

Last day was across to Stanley and 'the Nut' - in spectacular weather, then back to Devonport and onto the Spirit back to Melb.

Lots of driving (I'm wrecked) but very enjoyable.

All made possible by some magnificent organisation from De and Neil, and great assistance from our Tassie friends.

And a good friendly bunch of people to socialise with.

Cheers
Shane
« Last Edit: February 16, 2021, 05:32:51 pm by scollist »