The Cliffs of Canunda on the Limestone Coast in South Australia are breath takingly beautiful, stark and remote. They also proved to be a pictorial inspiration for this post. … More Messages from the Edge
I’m such an over-thinker. I worry incessantly about things. But I’m realising, as I get older (and hopefully wiser) that it doesn’t have to control me. Even though life is busy and, like most people I have family commitments, bills and busy routines, there are things I can do to try and slow it down.
Welcome to 2017, where ever in the world you are. Despite a grey overcast day here in Melbourne, I feel a sense of hope and optimism as the new year begins. I’ve just returned from a post Christmas mini-break, camping by the beach. Three days of relaxing, of long sandy walks, swimming in warm waters and exploring rocky … More A New Year and the tides keep rolling
Life’s been serious lately. Too serious. So when I saw Ailsa’s travel theme on Playing this week I knew it was a great chance to lighten up. It seems like only yesterday that my two munchkins were playing in our back paddock, chasing the chickens and making daisy chains in the long grass. Ah, those … More Travel theme: Playing
Nothing soothes the soul like a walk on the beach. That’s where we spent last weekend, but when we left on Friday afternoon the weather forecast was bleak. Not that it put me off. We were traveling in our camper and we had our site booked in the Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, we had friends … More Coastal walking – from wild to mild
I love driving on the beach. There’s something totally invigorating about being in a car with the window down, the wind whipping through your hair and the sound of the waves close by. Makes you feel totally alive, so long as you don’t get swamped! We’ve driven on some amazing beaches in Australia, like Fraser … More A sandy highway
I’d go back to Lincoln National Park tomorrow, if I could. It’s a bit far though. About 1400kms too far! It was one of my favourite places on our recent trip to the Eyre Peninsula. It’s rugged, unspoilt and has a bit of everything. Here’s a snapshot of our time there and why I … More Loving Lincoln