The Giant’s Causeway

For the last leg of our trip around Ireland, we paid a visit to one of Ireland’s most iconic spots, the Giant’s Causeway. Depending on which side of the fence you sit, it’s the result of a 60 million year old volcanic eruption….or……. ….It’s the beginning of a giant pathway made by a giant called … More The Giant’s Causeway

Donegal & Tory Island

Excuse the interruption to our regular broadcasting on this blog, had that little addition to the family to first prepare for and then welcome into the world. He’s doing great and we’re actually getting more than three minutes sleep a night, which is nice! Almost finished with the Irish leg of our big trip from … More Donegal & Tory Island

Sandbanks Tier

Let’s keep the Tassie love rolling! Here’s another post from the Central Plateau, following on from yesterday’s Quamby Bluff adventure. We ventured up to the Great Lakes once again on the 30th December, the goal? To get Gemma to 20 Abels before the end of the year……whilst 6 months pregnant! Our quarry for the day … More Sandbanks Tier

Mount Marian: 50mm

Well that’s another Abel ticked off the list and all the Abels nearest to Hobart done and dusted. Mount Marian was the last on the list and we had been putting it off for a while as for some reason we thought it was really far. The truth is, once you get up from Collinsvale … More Mount Marian: 50mm