Drama: noun. any situation or series of events having vivid, emotional, conflicting, or striking interest or results. For a while now Kelly and I have really been getting into watching … Continue reading Nordic Noir.
We drove into Bright with a clutch bag of recommendations but few expectations. In fact we almost didn’t. Go that is.
Meanwhile, in the city of Haifa (the third largest city in Israel), 3,000 people of the Jewish and Muslim faiths who had never met before came together ‘in a celebration … Continue reading One Day.
Dogen Zenji was a Japanese Buddhist priest, writer and poet who lived in the early 13th Century. Garry Snyder is a teacher, poet, essayist and travel writer who lives today … Continue reading Blue Mountains.
Spent the morning exploring a ways down Cherry Walk which starts only a short pitch from our campsite and winds in gentle shaded counterpoint against the tea-brown Ovens river.
Im not making these town names up. I swear. Yackandandah (population 950) is a former gold mining town about two hours drive from Jugiong (probably a lot shorter if you … Continue reading Yackandandah
Kelly had 5 days off, so after checking the weather patterns, we stuffed Ripley with good foods, a few beers, and ample supplies of chocolate, and set our course. West. … Continue reading Jugiong.
I always carry a notebook near me. Why? Because I am porous. If I don’t write it down: a) it didn’t happen. b) it ain’t going to happen. or c) … Continue reading Get a notebook. Before its too late.
This, from one of my favourite writers, Peter Matthiessen: