I had a tinsy bit of spare time this week no geology lectures on Thursday, so no drive to Hobart at 5am - spent a good few hours studying and then took my camera out for a walk along the the top of the Don headlands.
It was quite refreshing to get out and explore the country side, now time for a rest so I can head off to Hobart tomorrow's Practical workshop on hydrogeology.
The rock strata at Fossil Bluff represent millions of years of environmental change along what is now Tasmania's Northwest Coast, including episodes of glaciation, sea level rise, fall as well as volcanic activity and errosion.
On friday I took a trip down to Devils Gate Dam to show our visitors the unique dam construction, only we could see the Dam wall because there was a huge volume of water overflowing the top of the Dam.
Earlier this year we acquired a pair of goats - brother and sister; Arthur and Limone, from a friend. they have been a continual source of both amusement and frustration.
But yesterday they were seriously amusing, they enjoy being part of the family herd and a never happier than when we spend time outside with them.
Bowen helps them out with a fresh nibble.
My husband Nathan's choice of possible Father's day of activities was attempt to make fire with sticks... so that's what we did.
Introducing the main characters, Bo, Jack and Nathan.
One of the all time best spots on the northwest coast to get a full moon rising is Lillico beach, my vision for the evening didn't really come to be but, I got a few interesting pics - I'll go back later in the year and see if I can get what I want.
Tasmanian based, New Zealand born