Today was a very busy one.
Juniordwarf had his swimming lesson in the morning, and we went to see our friends at their lovely coffee shop for morning tea.
Two Metre Tall held a mid-winter Farm Bar, so we went up there for lunch and some ale and cider, and met up with some friends.
|Typical Derwent Valley winter’s day heading up the
Lyell Highway to the Farm Bar – foggy and cold.
|What a welcome sight|
|The fog eventually lifted, but still hung around the hills|
|Forester Ale . . . mmm . . .|
Then for dinner we went into town, as Slabs and I had decided we wanted to have a night out together, just the two of us. My Mum had kindly agreed to babysit Juniordwarf for us, and we had a lovely dinner at an Indian restaurant with some divine Tasmanian wine (for me at least, some Riesling and Chardonnay from Derwent Estate).
It was nice just to have a relaxing night out together without having to worry about anything. It’s something we don’t do very often, and that I’d like to do more.