Thursday, September 25, 2014

Bruny Island, a Last lovely Day

Today we spent a quiet day. First a long walk, then we hung out with Margaret just visiting and having great conversations. It rained a little and then cleared up again. After lunch, Donough took us out in the dinghy, across the bay to a place where ochre chunks are coming out of the clay banks. Margaret uses it for pigment in her art work, and needed to collect some more. It was a lovely sail around the bay and into an area they call the Duck Pond, the safest natural harbor in Australia because it is protected from weather in all directions.


Later in the afternoon we packed up, bid goodbye to Bruny with much sadness, and Margaret drove us back to Hobart where we spent a last night at the lovely white house.

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Location:Bruny Island, Tasmania

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