On The Road Again

Last Saturday John and I hit the road again to travel down to Hobart as we had a special delivery to make. For a change we weren’t in any hurry so we made a stop at the historical town of Oatlands. Oatlands is known for its over 150 sandstone Georgian buildings , many dating back to the 1830’s . Many…
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A Tale of Two Black Coats

Late last Spring on one of my regular visits to Red Fox Antiques( a local recycle and vintage store) I came across two fabulous black wool Winter coats. The owner, Tanya, shared with me that they had been offered for sale by the niece of the previous owner, who travelled to Europe each year specifically to shop for her special…
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Out and About

It has been a momentous week , not only did I manage to visit my hairdresserfor a trim and reshape (necessary after I cut it myself) but John and I were able to drive down to Hobart (about 180km away) for the day to catch up with my son Zac, his wife Sarah and our little grandson Harry. Harry with…
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A Country Drive

Finally, a new post , no excuses really , just working more than usual and busy doing things in the house and trying to tidy up the garden, left little time and a lack of subject matter didn’t help. Yesterday John and I enjoyed a short drive in the country to the small town of Evandale, not too far from…
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Late Autumn and Changes

Quite a bit has changed since I posted a couple of weeks ago , I am back at work and doing more hours than normal as someone is on family leave. I will admit it has taken a bit of getting used to being out in the world again after weeks of isolation and also getting up to speed with…
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