The final piece in a 62 year old story that shows truth is often stranger than fiction. Spoiler alert - happy ending!
A tale of 42 foxes #WordlessWednesday
Wednesdays are made to be amazing and today we're going wordless for #wordlessWednesday with a foxy quilt from years gone by! #wakeupandbeamazingwednesday
A bridge to history – Wordless Wednesday
Bridging history and having fun at the same time. #WordlessWednesday
The awe-inspiring Glass House Mountains
What is it about a craggy mountain peak? Have you been to the Glass House Mountains in Queensland, so much history and beauty? #SundayStills
A guide to riding the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail – read all about it here!
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 comprehensive guide to riding the trail.
The rail trail opening you have when you’re not having an opening (due to a pandemic)
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.
What has been the most unusual, unexpected or just plain weird connection you’ve made as a blogger?
A true story that shows the power of connection with a happy ending! An unexpected comment leads to an interesting re-connection and a doll called Debbie Anne.
Good news about the Tumbarumba to Rosewood Rail Trail, guaranteed to make you smile :)
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.
Wordless Wednesday: So far this is the oldest he’s ever been!
Sunday Stills: A window to the past?
The Land Before Avocado by Richard Glover – Book Review
62000 Handcrafted Red Poppies
Remembrance Day - a story about 62000 poppies in Canberra
Tour de Tassie #6 – The white road through the Wilderness to Stanley
The Silica Road All good things come to an end.... Here is the final instalment in my Tour de Tassie series of travel blogs. Tasmanian Devil sign Moving on from West Coast to North West Coast Strahan - Zeehan - Corinna - Smithton - Stanley After our 2 day stay in beautiful Strahan on the …
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Tour de Tassie #5 – A convict journey
Continuing our Convict Journey in Tasmania on our very own Tour de Tassie! This time it's Port Arthur.
#Top10 Tips for Two weeks of Travelling in Tasmania
How do you make the most of two weeks in Tasmania? Read our Top 10 travel tips so that you enjoy this island as much as we did!
Tour de Tassie #4 – The Wild and Wonderful West Coast
The Tour de Tassie continues! Where to next?? From East to West So far I've told you about the circuitous route we took on our trip around Tasmania, our visit to Timeless Tarraleah and our stay in the penitentiary on Maria Island. The East Coast of Tasmania is a beautiful area - dark, deep forests with waterfalls …
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Tour de Tassie #3 – A circuitous route in more ways than one
The circuitous route ends here: We are now home from our two weeks travelling around Tasmania and it all ended as it started. Confused? Don't be! We started our trip in Melbourne, meeting up with my sister and her husband on the boat, The Spirit of Tasmania, as we sailed across Bass Straight on our …
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Tour de Tassie #2 – Timeless Tarraleah
Timeless Tarraleah Have you ever wanted to stay in a place that's been called The Lost Town? It piqued my interest as soon as I read about it and I knew we had to stay, especially so when I saw all the pretty coloured houses. Tarraleah in Tasmania was once a flourishing town with a …
Tour de Tassie – Maria Island
What do two intrepid travellers decide to do while on a trip to Tasmania? Where do I start!!? Car packed with bikes, helmets, walking boots, cameras, warm clothes, food, sleeping bags, national park pass....tick ✔️ No real plans or destinations in mind just a sense of freedom to go where we feel like visiting. It's …
Thursday Doors – 2 February 2017
Welcome to the Sir George in Jugiong Come on in.... We were travelling down the highway on a hot summer's day and decided to stop for refreshments in a little town just minutes off the main road, but alas our usual eatery was closed on Tuesdays! What to do? Well, we walked further up the road …