Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Trees, trains & fish

Off to the salmon ponds we headed this morning. They are in the town of Plenty, near New Norfolk. They were hundreds of different fish in all the ponds. 

They were all sorts of fish, including rainbow trout, brown trout, salmon, pink salmon, albino trout, tiger trout and a few more.

It was all setup like an old-fashioned british garden, with pathways between all the ponds, approximately 50 different native and induced trees, many hundreds of years old.

As I was down in Hobart visiting my grandparents, i thought i should show them to you. This is my grandma, and my granddad decided he didn't want to be in the photo so stayed behind the camera.

As we were leaving i found this lovely little seat under a 300 year old tree, and had to have a photo.

On the drive home, they is also a really old set of train tracks, that are no longer in service, but used to transport the newspapers from the factory to all the corner stores in Hobart.

and of course i couldn't just pick one, so here is three. :)

I'm wearing:
Tee: cotton on
Jeans: Forever 21
Shoes: black Hi-Top converse

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