A keen group of of the Tassie saints gathered on Saturday 13 February to take the trek over the Asbestos Range from Badger’s Head to Baker’s Beach. It was planned as a four hour walk, but some trekkers may have taken a tad longer. Anyhow, at the end of the day, a wonderful twilight barbecue was enjoyed by the trekkers (and those who drove in) at the Narawntapu National Park site. The Park lies on Tasmania’s north coast, adjoining Bass Strait, between Port Sorell in the west and the mouth of the Tamar River in the east.
Quite a bit of local fauna was observed, including the obligatory wombats, eastern barred bandicoots, black parrots, echidnas, wallabies (by the dozens – Rufus and Bennetts), plovers and so on.
Overall, it was a great success and ‘well done’ to all those who participated and went on to enjoy the fellowship into the late evening.
This was the first time this particular walk had been organised and hopefully will become an annual event. Thanks go to Pastor Bruce, Donna and all the other saints that gave up their time for making this happen. Any fellowship is PRICELESS fellowship. Amen?
As can be seen by the distance between start and finish on the Google Map entry below, this was no small task!
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