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Little Blue Lake

28th Dec 2017

The Little Blue Lake in South Mount Cameron, Tasmania, is a neat little spot to visit when you’re travelling around the North-East. From Launceston, the Little Blue Lake is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes drive via Scottsdale. 61 more words


Pooper Scooping

Folks, I’m no muckraker, but I’ve stepped in the stuff a few times; too many times actually.

Which is why a few weeks ago, as I was staggering around Spinnaker Park, I was delighted to see a bloke, with one arm in a sling, using a black plastic bag to pick up his dog’s poo. 312 more words

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Lillace Viola Marien McLaren Carrothers

Ancient and Honorable Carruthers Clan Society Int LLC

Carruthers Clan Int LLC


BORN: MAR 11, 1924

DATE OF PASSING: OCT 13, 2012… 356 more words

Stanley Borden Carrothers

Ancient and Honorable Carruthers Clan Society Int LLC

Carruthers Clan Int LLC



STANLEY BORDEN (DICK) CARROTHERS With sadness we announce the passing of Stanley Borden (Dick) Carrothers, husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend at Gladstone Hospital on Saturday, June 28, 2008. 238 more words

Dogged Mr. MacCabe

Folks, this summer has been a bit hot and mosquito-ey. Note: for more astonishing observations like this, visit my website: StatingtheFlamingObvious.com* 336 more words

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A blast from the past

At times when I need a reminder of how beautiful Dressage can be, I look primarily to my library.  No book cheers me more than… 1,388 more words

My Journey

My First Not Fest, by Jodie Lyons

I have never attended Not Fest, the local festival put on by Whisk & Key Records that pays homage to Fest in Gainsville, Florida. I had never been to any Whisk and Key events – not for any particular reason, just so many gigs, so little time – so when I was asked to interview some of the bands by a fellow Ragged Press contributor, I happily dived at the opportunity to get to know more about one of Melbourne’s beloved music scenes. 839 more words