Well the day came . . . . . .
And the rain came too, for days prior, the weather was really ordinary!! Which in Tasmania especially, is a great sign for things working out in your favour!!
With the Crays ordered on the last day of the season, Red Dragon Seafood held on to them in their tanks for 3 weeks and they were lovingly delivered the day prior still alive. A good friend and chef at Tombolo Freycinet in Coles Bay cooked them to perfection for me.
With my fresh scones and jam from Kate’s Berry Farm I headed to Jack Cotton’s amazing property at Kelvedon Beach. The SW wind was knocking my bus around on the way, but I had the feeling it was going to drop out any second.
Unlocking the the 1800’s padlock for the gate to the headland, reminded me of the history 5 generations on from the first settlers that worked tirelessly on this property. If only they knew that one day a helicopter would land here for morning tea, I think they would be quite happy to pull up a chair and enjoy a cup of tea and fresh scones. Read More »