Monthly Archives: August 2020

Free Tasman Sea Salt for a friend! How good is that?

Part 4 of “spending the kids inheritance to support the Oz economy”.  Trawling the internet looking for made-in-Oz products, I stumbled upon Tasman Sea Salt, a great find for anyone who loves cooking.  This small business was set up in … Continue reading

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At the time, knitting sounded like a good idea

Part 3 of “doing my bit for the Australian economy during a pandemic”.  This purchase was just for me, but I have to admit whilst sitting and binge watching Netflix horror movies and the CNN updates on the Covid-19 Pandemic, … Continue reading

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Hiding in plain sight in the mountains

BLUE MOUNTAINS NP – 8 & 9 August 2020 This was supposed to be a full weekend in the mountains, a car rally (like a treasure hunt) on the first day and then a great little canyon on the second … Continue reading

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Sweet dreams are made of Brie

Part 2 of my “spend a bucket of money in rural Australia” reviews.  I’m not even sure what I Googled in order for me to find these cheese care boxes, but what a find!  I’m not supposed to eat too … Continue reading

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The day I took my best friend into the wilderness

KU-RING-GAI CHASE NATIONAL PARK – 1 August 2020 You would think I’d learn wouldn’t you.  I thought I was going to do a nice easy walk so invited along my best friend as, from what I’d seen of the walk … Continue reading

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