Only in the country

In 1999, myself and two friends headed down south Western Australia for a several day holiday that would take in quite a few of the sights in Margaret River, the tall trees in Pemberton and Karri Valley, before heading down to Denmark and the tree top walk. We took in quite a bit those few... Continue Reading →

5-Day Lockdown

Yesterday, I headed to my sister’s home to celebrate my nephew’s fourth birthday. A small get together with just family members, he enjoyed receiving another lot of gifts so soon after Christmas. As I was most the way home I received a call from my housemate asking where I was, my immediate thoughts were there... Continue Reading →

Slowly, opening up

The island state of Western Australia looks to be opening up after almost eight months closed due to COVID-19. Whilst we’ve fared so much better than others around the world, we’ve taken a more hardline stance to protect ourselves which has actually seen our economy the strongest in the nation. Today, our premier announced we’re... Continue Reading →

Escape to tall trees

As a teenager my family ventured south to visit family friends in the country town Manjimup, amongst Western Australia’s south-west timber towns. We headed further south on that trip to the Gloucester Tree, a 53 metre fire watch tree that the public was able to climb now. The Gloucester Tree I was first to head... Continue Reading →

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