Monthly Archives: August 2017

Ross River – Here we Come!

Ross River Today we head to Ross River Resort.  400+ Women in an array of transport – but mostly caravans and motor homes. It is something that was the brain child of Michelle Lang who started Rolling Solo, with probably … Continue reading

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SBS Insight Program Women on the Edge

It was amazing to be offered the opportunity to appear on the SBS program Insight re the challenges especially for senior women and housing.  It is something that has been an issue for me for quite a few years.  Actually, … Continue reading

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Tambo and Tambo Teddies

To Tambo On Day three I travelled from Bungeworgorai  to Tambo, arriving in the afternoon.  Tambo is an interesting little town, neat and tidy, with a range of historic buildings and a Teddy shop.  I went into the Info Centre, which … Continue reading

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Day Two

BUNGE? Roma was to be my next stop but I went beyond and found a Free Camp at Bungeworgorai Creek.  There were other campers there – about 8 I think, and I felt safe.  Met some great folk, including a … Continue reading

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Chaos – Oh, please stop.

Chaos Oh, it has been a lot of Chaos.  If only my plans all worked out as I had imagined.  Still, it has been exciting. I have had trouble with phones and internet access.  Optus and Telstra. Long conversations from … Continue reading

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Day One of the Adventure

It’s now over a week since I set off on my epic journey in Murtle the Turtle, the Toyota Coaster that is now my home.  I had a meeting to attend on Tuesday morning (8th August), returned home by midday, … Continue reading

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Book Reviews – How They Help Your Writing

I confess I don’t do regular Book Reviews.  I do know that I should do more, but it is a time factor with me. Not a lot of reviews are done with some of the books I read.  Often when … Continue reading

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Obits – The Stories of Life

Some years ago I “discovered” obituaries or obits as some folk in the industry like to say.   As a lover of life stories, biographies, memoir etc, it fits right into my major interest.  I’d much rather read this genre than … Continue reading

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