Nope this isn't mine, well it felt like a slice of paradise at times, and luckily I was lucky enough to grow up on this bit of land. Many a raft race was taken down this stretch and I believe we still have the devonport raft racing trophy here at Mum and Dad's somewhere.
The scene of many Easter camps and egg hunts plus many hours on the tractor slashing, cutting, mowing or getting hay in
The tractor that always seemed to be flat and you would have to find another vehicle to jump start it. Run starting was never an option unless you were smart enough to park it on a very steep incline.
I've always been an outdoors boy for working, I've never wanted to be inside and stuck behind a desk, not that there is anything wrong with that of course.
I'd love to be able to sell my house at sometime and then to be able to purchase a nice few acres and then have a few cows and the things Dave and I discuss and to be able to build a house on the property. I must admit I'm biased to the north part of Tasmania, always have been, so for the last week or so I've been looking on the net and dreaming that if I had some spare cash where would I buy and how much. 50 acres would be a nice little start I think
I'm not expecting anything flash, you get what you pay for, but I like a challenge, no matter what it comes too, I think nothing comes easy. Even if it's like mostly bush, I'm up for the challenge of clearing a little of it and sowing it down with a little grass.
So the question needs to be asked if you were to buy land, where would you buy? where is the best part of northern Tasmania? It's not a rhetorical question, I'd love to find out what you think, so comment me.