More progress. Ripped out the built in shelving inside the front door. Picked up a great bargain at Penguin market as well, a dining table with six chairs for $130. The study is coming alone nicely. Also put together most of the recycled wardrobe for the master bedroom. Tomorrow all of the boxes and furniture […]Read More Day Two.
We made some progress today. Started changing the colour of the study, from purple to white and blue, and ripping out a lot of built in shelving.Read More Day One
Well, we have a name, Silver Birch Homestead, and tomorrow we begin painting.Read More Silver Birch Homestead
This is a very short story I wrote almost twenty years ago. For several years now I’ve been toying with the idea of it becoming a much longer piece. Feel free to let me know what you think of it. PeripheReal Lack of sleep. It means different things to different people. To me, it’s an […]Read More Nine Lives.
This beautiful girl, though clearly blind in one eye, is quite tame, and is often seen with an older youngster that I assume is hers. They are wild residents of the property i am staying at in Penguin.Read More Not so wild life
Between leaving Norlane, Victoria, and arriving in Castra, Tasmania, we have had to stay at two other places due to various delays. Though nothing photographically spectacular, these are a few happy snaps i took whilst ‘between homes.’Read More Between homes.
I left Victoria today. A grand new adventure is beginning in Tasmania. Eyes open at 4.30am, struggling to stay awake, knowing that soon the air raid siren of the alarm will sound, heralding the end of an era. Crawling out of bed now, fumbling for clothes or some semblance of warmth. Checking the trailer, making […]Read More Grand new adventures. Beginning the journey.