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151123 Rubicon Free Camp

“It’s time we got away in the motor home for a weekend”, said Lyn a few days ago. So we have.

Victoria has so many spots to be checked out and we have been so slack all this year with only 390 kilometres used since before Easter through to mid October, with my recent drive up to Mullumbimby in October being the only real trip for the year. 534 more words


The Winemakers Behind the World's Most Famous Wines

You may not know ANY of our wines, and that’s a good thing.

Our customers support independent winemakers and get exclusive access to their very limited, small lot wines.  986 more words

Naked Truth

More Pointless Hoovering-Up Of Cultural Flotsam

Catchy title or what? On Saturday I visited a small and to be frank pretty crappy record fair in a small suburban shopping mall on the outskirts of town. 1,151 more words

Record Fair Finds

Mt Torbreck (VK3/VN-001) and Pyramid Hill (VK3/VN-005)

Mt Torbreck (VK3/VN-001) is the highest peak in a cluster of four SOTA summits in the Rubicon State Forest, south of Eildon.   I planned to leave plenty of time for it as several activator’s blogs gave me the impression that there was a climb involved.  1,050 more words


Trimming Book-Fat #7

Searching for the end of the bookshelf and the belt line with K.M. Zahrt

Since Elizabeth Kolbert’s book The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History was published in 2014, it has been recognized as a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award (2014) and has won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction (2015), yet I still won’t believe the book exists, and even if it did, it would take so long to read, it wouldn’t be worth the effort. 1,081 more words

K.M. Zahrt

Injury report #10456

It’s been a while, I haven’t had to report any injuries, thank goodness for ages…

But that’s not to say I have been totally safe… 268 more words