Thursday, May 26, 2011

Tasmania - the crochet isle

Sometimes you go to a City and you just fit in. I mean, REALLY, just look at these dainty sweetly knitted bike racks in South Hobart.



This isnt a great pic, but it is where my sister and I had coffee.
You can see Mount Wellington covered in cloud in the back ground.



South Hobart is just so lovely. It is like a little village. I made friends instantly. People liked my new scarf.



Yes, this is my latest creation. It is BABY ALPACA. I really like crocheting in alpaca. It is so nice and soft to wear too.


The last time I was in Tasmania, I was a baby 19 year old hitch hiking around with my BFATT* having a marvelous adventure on just $8 a day. Folks are just as friendly 22 years later, and the food is just a delicious.

Everyone thinks Hobart is cold, but it is warmer and milder at night than the ONC.
I could live here very easily.


*boy friend at the time

4 comments:

Valley View said...

I did the maths - no way are you over 27 Mrs D.

The Duck Herder said...

and that is why I love you so much Mr BVVF!

Jacqui and Mick said...

LOL M and I have talked about moving there too! There is a great arts community down there. My brother lived in Sandy Bay back way back when. I have distinct memories of sleeping on a very lumpy bean bag and living off next to nothing but always having enough money for a pint of Guinness.

The Duck Herder said...

oh, THOSE were the days!