Spring is well and truly here, and we had won the weather lottery - it was a perfect warm sunny day for this walk on the Tasman Peninsula. Organised by Lyn, we met at the Cubed coffee cart at the spectacular Pirates Bay Lookout for our morning coffee. With the new highway bypass of Sorell in place, it had only taken an hour to get there from the city. There were eight of us today - Lyn, Di, Kat, Philip, Bob, Gerwyn, Wayne and Fin. We were surprised again with cake - it was Gerwyn's birthday and she supplied carrot cake for morning tea. We are getting spoilt!
Bob organised us today to visit Russell Falls, Horseshoe Falls, and Lady Barron Falls at Mount Field National Park. We last did this circuit in May 2012. Today our group comprised Bob, Wayne, Philip, Gary, Adam, Arav, Angie and Di. We'd arranged to meet at the Visitors' Centre at Mt Field at 10.30. The first glitch was that the walkers had to start out with Angie and Di, who had been a little late leaving town and were then held up by some unexpected difficulties charging Di's short range EV in New Norfolk [the company had changed their account app, etc etc]. The walkers enjoyed the easy stroll to Russell Falls, along the wide accessible path, smooth enough for wheelchairs.