Bushfire regeneration is happening all around us and this tree caught my imagination. What do you see?#WordlessWednesday
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.
Men’s health is an important issue even in times of a pandemic. I’ll be taking a break to look after the patient.
I think it's been a while since my car has been out, either that or it's playing hide and seek with me 🙂 #WordlessWednesday
You are my sunshine! Did you know a heliophile is someone who loves sunlight? Some sunshine photos for your #WordlessWednesday
Sharing Tumbarumba's spectacular autumn colours for #WordlessWednesday
Come for a ride with me, along the newly opened rail trail! #WordlessWednesday
Sunset in autumn, look at that glorious light and colour on the gum trees! No filters required. #WordlessWednesday
I always enjoy being a guest blogger and today I'm in good company over at Travel Tales of Life, sharing views on how COVID-19 has impacted on my life in Tumbarumba.
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.
Good morning from Tumbarumba! Welcome autumn sunshine and fabulous colors.
February was a month of busyness, planning and negativity with some fun times thrown in. Join me for a cuppa and a chat as we recap the month.
When an Echidna comes to visit on the front verandah. At first he's happy to sniff around but once he senses danger he rolls up into a ball.
This is part of a guest post I wrote on Retiring Not Shy's blog, about Tumbarumba being a great place to live, especially in retirement. I was one of five bloggers invited to share why we live where we live in retirement.
It's Tumbafest time again, and with another great line up of music, markets, food, wine, it's looking like a huge weekend in Tumbarumba!
Don't let yourself be taken for granted!
January was a month full of many emotions - sadness, worry, happiness, love - just to name a few! Join me for a chat and a recap of the month.
Our local community shows its true colours with generosity, care and support of each other during the bushfire emergency.
We're watching and waiting for news of our home town from over 17000km away - and it's hard going!
Snowballs of a different kind in Australia in Spring.