Hawk Neck dog line to Swansea Tasmania Australia
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(December 4 - 10, 2006)
Mathew an Aussie from Melbourne on a trip around Tasmania.
The Tasman Arch, not far from Eaglehawk Neck.
The view from Tasman Arch, the third rock outcrop in is called the totem pole.
The blow hole, not much at low tide.
View of the neck where the dog line was to prevent convicts from escaping the
Flowers in bloom, near Port Arthur.
The field of flowers.
View of Port Arthur Historic site from the lookout.
Tim is in the battle for his life, bad dog! This is a replica of the bull massif
dogs that lined the isthmus.
Looking east near "the Neck".
Rendition of what the dog line looked like.
This little guy, a very huge spider hitched a ride on my bike.
Here he is on my bag, he would not leave.
The east coast where the big fireball indicated the out
of control fire is located and we had to ride around.
View of the fire south of Buckland, east of Nuggent.
The only saw a few logging trucks in this area.
This historic church in Buckland.
The beach at Orford, the campground was closed probably indefinately.
On the way into Swansea, the grass is dried up and not much feed for the sheep.
Swansea is around the next corner.
The spiky bridge built with convict labor.
The story behind the spiky bridge.
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