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Sounds like Simon and Garfunkel: Paper Kites, Fruit Bats, Robinson and Woltil, You Won’t, Jeremy Fisher, and Villagers

You’ll never see the rock critics expounding on the seminal influence of Simon and Garfunkel to contemporary music – but it is there.  Not because S&G broke new ground like the Beatles or the Kinks or the Who.  412 more words

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The Mystery of Willowyck Castle part 5

“I’ll go help her!” DragonFruit Bat said, as he seemed to have an inkling as to what she would do. The egg continued to shake, but it look like could be getting tired. 912 more words


9th April - Bondi/Cairns/Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia

Today my final Aussie adventure begins. With hazy heads from last night’s excessive wine drinking Rachel and I print out our boarding passes at Bondi Junction Library and board the bus to Sydney airport. 301 more words

The Mystery of Willowyck Castle prt 4

“I donno if it was such a great idea to release THAT from the stone!” Mandarin Orange said after recovering from the fright.

“That shadow!” Lime Bat spouted, turning to the window. 770 more words


30th March - Brookvale/Manly, Sydney, Australia

I’d forgotten that Becky had work today and descend the stairs to an empty house. I spend the morning writing and blogging.

The sun is shining over Brookvale as I make the 20 minute walk to Health Conscious and my first yoga class since the big Jucy road trip. 271 more words

The Mystery of Willowyck Castle part2

They decided it would best to leave first thing in the morning. Though they usually spent the first half of the day napping and woke in the afternoon, Watermelon pointed out that it would take a while to fly across the island and up the side of the mountain. 1,458 more words


hardest working girl with a banana

I recall the first time I came across Freelee The Banana lady. Off course, she is beautiful and a strong athlete, but her intelligent message of living a compassionate life for the sake of the planet and the animals certainly stood out to me as something to aspire to. 136 more words