It’s been a long time since we’ve had any decent rain, and yes, that’s 38 mm (1.4 inches) in my rain gauge.
Recently, I was introduced to the “Eat that Frog” principal.
This week’s Photo of the Week was taken this morning. (December 5, 2016)
This week’s Photo of the Week was taken Friday. (October 21, 2016)
Land purchase complete – Check! Building contract signed – Check! Colour selections made – Check! That’s right, on Tuesday we made our colour selections and are another step closer to … Continue reading Another Step Closer
I guess I’m not alone in loving the Moon, but since I discovered my camera can take a (semi) decent photo, I’ve been zooming in and capturing images.
If You’re Planning That Ultimate Road Trip. When Dean and I drove off into the sunset, we were very naive. We had little to no experience towing a caravan, let … Continue reading Ten Things to Think About
In the Centre of a Perfect Purple Perennial Look at what I found. A Fibonacci pattern, and
This week’s Photo of the Week was taken Thursday (June 30, 2016)
Travelling around Australia, Dean and I had the most amazing time, the most incredible adventure and it was, without question, the most extraordinarily exceptional, astonishingly astounding, miraculously marvellous, and wondrously … Continue reading The Best of The Best
The surf provided Dean with entertainment, the beach provided me with a great place to walk, the surf club provided us with a great place to eat, the warmth we … Continue reading Goodbye Dicky Beach
Is It More Than a Curve in the Road? One of the things I came to thoroughly enjoy as we drove around Australia was photographing the roads we travelled across. … Continue reading Around the Bend
As I said yesterday, Dean and I attended the Diamond Festival of Orchids hosted by the Nambour Orchid Society. For a very small entry fee, we entered the hall at … Continue reading A Festival of Orchids
The one thing about where we are at the moment, Dicky Beach is a 30 second walk from the door of our mini home, and being the early bird that … Continue reading Dicky Beach Turning on the Charm Again
And About to be All Ours Long before we’d even started planning our trip, Dean had dreamt about seeing our amazing country and he’d often spoke about pretending to be … Continue reading Our New Lot in Life
A New Name and A New Direction When I wrote about Closing the Loop a little over a week ago, I mentioned that this blog was always meant to my … Continue reading Moving Forward
When Dean and I had been on the road for a total of 365 days, I shared the Top Ten Moments we’d experienced so far. At the time we were … Continue reading Our (Overdue) WA Top Ten
Finally Back to Where It All Began Five hundred and seventy days ago, on October 31, 2014, a little after 12 pm, Dean and I arrived at the Dicky Beach … Continue reading Closing the Loop
Wasting Time at Alexandra Headlands It feels as though we’ve not done anything since driving a little further south more than a week ago, but that’s not really the case. … Continue reading Sunshine Coast – Part 2
Back in The Great South East! However, we’re not home yet. South East Queensland (or as those who live here like to call it The Great South East), is an … Continue reading Sunshine Coast – Part 1
And No Whale Watching! Between April and November each year, both the western and eastern coastlines of Australia come alive with the spectacular, and often very acrobatic, displays of Humpback … Continue reading Hervey Bay
The Town The first Europeans in the area were timber-getters (lumberjacks) and farmers who arrived in 1867. Timber supplies soon ran short and a new industry (corn production) was established. … Continue reading Bundaberg
Queensland’s Discovery Coast lies between the cities of Gladstone and Bundaberg, only 5½ hours drive north of Brisbane, the state capital, and the place we’ve called ‘home’ for the last … Continue reading Agnes Water and 1770