Welcome to my World. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month of August. Lots of news!
Welcome to my World for a catchup. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month of July. Lots of news and, spoiler alert, it was better than June in lots of ways.
Stay calm and pedal on. I lycra your wheels. Life behind bars. The fun continues on in this post from a special guest.
Another fun family photo challenge during this time of Coronavirus - Variations on a Theme. Can you guess what my theme was?
It's been a dream for 18 years and now it's finally happened despite many hiccups along the way! Congrats to all those involved in the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail. This a guide to riding the trail.
It's been a dream for 18 years and now it's finally happened despite many hiccups along the way! Congrats to all those involved in the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail.
You can ring my bell, ring my bell....but what is the best thing to do? A bike rider's dilemma.
What do you see when you hear the term 'near and far'? While out riding my bike recently the views in my rear view mirror spoke to me. #SundayStills
Don't let yourself be taken for granted!
Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail is set to be the first Rail Trail on public owned land in NSW. Read here for more information and a collection of my posts over the years.
Are you interested in taking a barge and bike tour in the Top of Amsterdam? Read here for tips on what to do and what not to do. Plus a bonus tip on how to save a sheep.
The Hundertwasser Toilets were bizarre toilets but this one in Waihi just made us laugh out loud! I talked about the artistic Hundertwasser toilets in my previous Travel Tuesday (or maybe that should be Toilet Tuesday) post. I hasten to add that these Men's toilets in Waihi were not in anyway artistic, quite the opposite in fact, …
My husband and I are keen bike riders and Rail Trail enthusiasts and we take every opportunity to get out and about, seeing the countryside while riding our bikes. Our little town has finally started building it's very own Rail Trail and we are heavily involved in the project. In November 2016 we travelled with …
Can you believe I've been so busy and taken up with weddings, family issues and life in general that I haven't yet managed to start getting excited for our upcoming trip to New Zealand's North Island?? We only leave later this week, in 2 days time! I'm still in Brisbane as I write this, having …
The transient nature of life, and in particular, transport. Transient- This week's photo challenge asks us to share a photo about transient - whether it be drifters, nomads, or even the state of impermanence. I've targeted the state of impermanence with this week's photo. Disused railway corridor overgrown with trees You will see in this photo a …