- 6 days ago
#9 Son of Hydra
Holy schemoly where did 2022 go? And now 2023 is almost gone??? And does it matter? Good health is the only thing that matters a toss,...
- Oct 30, 2022
#8 the tarot cards don't lie
I'm sorry I haven't updated you about the novel lately. I thought you'd think, Oh for goodness sake, aren't you published yet? And now...
- Apr 10, 2022
#7 the case of the disappearing finish line
Where Shelley goes back to the drawing board and a dual narrative...
- Feb 8, 2022
#6 past the post
I hope nice things have been happening in your life since I wrote to you last. Anything could have happened! Tell me, tell me, in the...
- Mar 6, 2019
#5 the end of the road
When I left my guardian angel Trish in Braidwood on Tuesday afternoon, I was in a hurry. I'd intended to buy a takeaway dinner in...
- Mar 4, 2019
#4 Gold at Braidwood
Promising to speak soon, Trisha and I hugged goodbye on Tuesday morning after breakfast, and I left Bobundara for Braidwood on my next...
- Mar 3, 2019
#3 The old house
Bobundra breakfasts include freshly juiced grapefruit, orange, carrot, ginger, beetroot and turmeric. One glass of this delicious purple...
- Mar 2, 2019
What a great few days! How fabulous to have the chance to visit Monaro to see for the first time the vastness of that amazing treeless...
- Feb 21, 2019
In the last post about Tassie, I said I'd have a surprise in a couple of weeks. Nous voici! I didn't ever dream that I'd start writing a...
- Feb 9, 2019
#14 Pumphouse Point. The end.
And so to the final leg of our journey - from Strahan on the west coast, through Queenstown to Pumphouse Point, then on to Hobart to fly...
- Jan 29, 2019
After spending a lifetime of summers in sticky muggy Queensland, it's hard to imagine a better destination at this time of year than...
- Jan 28, 2019
#12 Cradle Mountain
The very name Cradle Mountain has its own magic cachet. Because of excellent marketing? As significant as we'd been led to believe? We...
- Jan 27, 2019
#11 Stanley and the west coast
We drove to Stanley along the pretty undulating coastal hills which at first drop precipitously to the sea. In flatter country, we...
- Jan 26, 2019
#10 Launceston to Burnie and beyond...
Since we left you last at Launceston, we've covered the north-west of Tassie - easy to do in a short time because the distances are so...
- Jan 19, 2019
#9. Best of Launceston
Booking an AirBNB somewhere in an unfamiliar city is always a bit of a gamble isn't it? Will the park next door be a drug dealers'...