The Beach at Bridport, Tas

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After Longford we made our way to a free camp in Scottsdale.  During our stay there we drove up to Bridport on the northern coast to have a wander on the beach.  It was a lovely beach.  Too cold for a swim but great for exploring. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania The tiny mussels made beautiful patterns on the rocks. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, TasmaniaHow Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, TasmaniaHow Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, TasmaniaHow Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania I love to watch my kids exploring.  All of them are in this picture below, each in separate spots and in their own little worlds. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, TasmaniaHow Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania They had to climb the giant rock.  I love this picture of JitterBug helping LadyBug to the top. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, TasmaniaHow Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania I made them wait while I backed up for a better view. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, TasmaniaHow Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania Then Dad had to join them.  Poor TurboBug didn’t make it up there. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania He found his own rock to climb.  🙂 How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania Much exploring done that day. How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania I heart Tasmania! How Many More Minutes? ~ Bridport, Tasmania I wish I’d taken a picture of the sign near the carpark that showed an old picture of a gathering on the beach.  All the men and ladies in their formal clothing celebrating something or other.  I found myself comparing the scenery in the pictures to what was in front of me.  We drove around a bit more but this beach was the best part of that day. 

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