We checked out of the hotel, stopped at a small café that we passed in Hobart city centre before heading back to St Helens via the central, inland route. On the road we passed through old, historic townships such as Richmond and Campania – there is plenty of history to see here but it will have to be on the next trip. There are also towns that you can detour through such as Turnbridge and Ross that have old, historic building, bridges and churches for people to visit – most of them have craft/artist shops you can stop and look at – once again we didn’t have time to stop but will definitely do so next time around – yes we will be going back.
We arrived back in St Helens just after lunch and, while I stayed at the house, Dale went of fishing. He wasn’t away long when he came back and asked if a wanted to go for a walk around the bay at Steiglitz – we hadn’t done that yet so I said it was a great idea – Dale took his fishing rod – just in case. We were gone for about 2 ½ hours and managed to come back with dinner – mussels and oysters – the fishing wasn’t good today. While Dale cooked the seafood I went up the road and got chips from the caravan park and some stuff to clean the house before we left.