A few months ago I was excited when a blog follower from upstate New York, told me she was coming to Tasmania and would love to take a walk with me to see some of the sites I have shown in my postings. With increasing anticipation we have corresponded and now I expect her arrival this week. Sometime around midweek we expect to undertake a comparatively short ‘stroll’ from the southern end of the Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park (GASP) over the wonderful striped edged walkways over the edge of the Derwent River. Do you remember them? For example,
Then we will head northwards into Berridale and on to MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) with all its fascinations. Perhaps we won’t be able to get away but if we do, there is always the possibility we might continue on to Cadburys chocolate factory. This doesn’t seem too shabby an itinerary. What do you think?
Of course we will exercise our right to choose somewhere else to walk if we wish.
If anyone else is visiting and wants to relive a section of the edge of the Derwent River over which I have passed, please email me on email@example.com.