Big Blessings and Small Joys on the Coral Coast

“A birthday is just the first day of another 365 journey around the sun.” And so our road trip continues as I celebrate my birthday and give thanks for all the blessings in my life, big and small. We’re currently on the Ningaloo/Coral Coastline of West Australia where you’ll find some of Australia’s greatest marine … More Big Blessings and Small Joys on the Coral Coast

Eight days in Darwin

Darwin has a vibe that draws you in … warm, welcoming, laid back and all amid a melting pot of culture and flavours. She’s a city that’s more like a country town, the capital of the Northern Territory but closer to Borneo or Port Moresby than any capital city in Australia. Our week was relaxed … More Eight days in Darwin

Wind Blown and Wild

Winter hit with a vengeance this month. Storms, low temps, high winds and chaotic weather patterns ravaged much of Victoria during June. It’s been a wild month in many ways. Walhalla, the picturesque gold mining town we camped at barely two months ago, copped a battering, like many places. The normally sedate Stringers Creek turned … More Wind Blown and Wild

A Slow Awakening

How can we be at peace in a time filled with so much uncertainty? How do we balance the need to keep informed with the massive amount of fear based mis-information that threatens to overwhelm us. Who would have ever imagined such an enforced pause on the busy-ness of life, that cities everywhere would go … More A Slow Awakening