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    Tassie here we come!

    I am officially excited! I just had a call from the agent that our bid on this house has been accepted and we will be moving to Tassie - hopefully before the end of the year!

    It is small but gorgeous and has a 'cabin' with ensuite in the garden, a greenhouse, a netted area with raspberries etc, an area for chooks, solar panels and lots more.

    I'm so excited! If we net the deck it will be lovely for us and the cats to share, and I'll set up a garden cattery for them too.
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    Congratulations, lovely view from the deck.

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    Congratulations. Now the fun job..packing up a house!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    Congratulations. Now the fun job..packing up a house!
    That's why I'm glad we've got 9 months if we need it. Not to mention the joys of bringing 5 cats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Analog6 View Post
    That's why I'm glad we've got 9 months if we need it. Not to mention the joys of bringing 5 cats!
    Not sure if the same over there Odille, but in Tassie all cats and dogs must be microchipped. So if yours are not, might be worth looking into before you get here as well.

    cat management in Tasmania
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    Not sure if the same over there Odille, but in Tassie all cats and dogs must be microchipped. So if yours are not, might be worth looking into before you get here as well.

    cat management in Tasmania
    Been considering a seachange to Tas. One of our cats is so old his microchip is an IBM 360.

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    How exciting for you and Warwick, congratulations.
    Now you won't have to worry about trying to fit in another "autumn in New England trip", as by next autumn the colour will be a lot closer to you.

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    good one you all Odille. Hope it all goes like clockwork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb666 View Post
    Been considering a seachange to Tas. One of our cats is so old his microchip is an IBM 360.

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    All chipped, Rick & Peter, I consider it essential
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    Congratulations, glad you were able to find something you like.

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    What a fantastic looking home and location although I think the real estate agent has picked the worst (as in photography) image for their advert..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Analog6 View Post
    I am officially excited!
    And that's as it should be.
    Enjoy the Taschange. Hope it goes well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pipe View Post
    What a fantastic looking home and location although I think the real estate agent has picked the worst (as in photography) image for their advert..
    Agreed, Duane, it could have looked so much better! But hey, glad he did. And on the open day when I was there it was the day of high wind so hardly anyone came. Lucky for me!

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    Love the view from the deck.

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