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    A Devil of a Time in Tasmania


    A Devil of a Time in Tasmania

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    Tasmanian Devil, Tasmania, Australia by Izzy Unger, M.D.

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    Take in the beauty of Tasmania at Russell Falls - in one of the Land Down Under's most magnificent wild spaces, Mt. Field National Park.

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    Late afternoon driving North West Tasmania - the distant tiers with a smidgen of snow, long shadows and contented animals grazing. From A Soul Walkabout In Australia: "Non avevo capito niente" (Italian Blog: worth hitting the translate button on site)

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    Facebook Timeline Cover Photo @ www.facebook.com/... Your adventure starts here in Tasmania. #locumtenens #Tasmania #TasmanianDevil

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    A dairy lover's delight in Tasmania: its been been the pride and joy of the Pyengana Valley for more than 100 years.

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    Hobart, the harbor capital of Tasmania, rests at the foot of Mount Wellington and is the smallest and most historic state capital in the country.

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    A Tasmanian Devil Juvenile or Joey

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    Eucalyptus forests in Tassie's Ben Lomond are great for biking and hiking.

    In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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    Launceston - Tasmania’s second largest town - has one of the highest per-capita densities of bike shops in Australia.

    In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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    Ben Lomond National Park in Tasmania - Wildflowers abound in summer, and despite the stony plateaus there are also dense forests and moorlands that make most of us think of, say, Scotland.

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    Jacob's Ladder in Tasmania - Aptly named after the ladder to heaven described in the Book of Genesis, this steep and narrow zigzag road ascends to heaven, or at least 5148 feet/1570 meters in the air.

    In Tasmania you won't run away from your problems, you'll bike.

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    A rainbow gracing The Nut – an ancient volcanic formation overlooking the historic village of Stanley in north-west Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey.

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    Waterfalls at the Gorge in Launceston, Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

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    Reflections on Gordon River in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

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    Narawntapu National Park in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Martin Oretsky.

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    Nature at work in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

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    The beautifully contrasting Bay of Fires in Tassie. Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger. Read more here: www.gmedical.com/...

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    The instantly recognisable wharf area of Strahan on Tassie's West Coast. From here cruises depart for Macquarie Harbour, Sarah Island and the unforgettable Gordon River.

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    The beautiful Tasmanian wilderness

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    Cataract Gorge in Launceston - just a short 15min walk from the edge of downtown and a total escape .. peace, green, rugged and at various times a raging torrent as a watercourse into the River Tamar. It also has the longest single span chair lift in the world across a spot known as the basin.

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    Just another day in Tassie walking along the Bay of Fires. Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger.

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    Tassie's beautiful, craggy coastline. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

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    A double-take of some beautiful architecture in Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Kathryn Starkey and Molly Evans.

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    Tassie devil - how can something so adorable have such a bad rep? Photo courtesy of Jo Unger, wife of Dr. Isadore Unger.

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    Looming clouds in Hobart, Tasmania. Photo courtesy of Dr. Raymond Lewandowski III.

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