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Bunyip to Rawson

I think we are camped in one of Australia’s youngest towns.  I have no real idea but the first buildings were constructed here in 1977.  The town was formed to house the contruction workers employed by the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works to work on the Thompson Dam Project (www.victorianplaces.com.au/rawson). 771 more words


January & February 2014 - SnB Meet up dates

Sunday 12th January  –  Zest Cafe, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Pery Square, Limerick   2pm – 5pm

Sunday 19th January  –  Hunt Cafe, Hunt Museum, Patricks Street, Limerick  2pm – 5pm… 71 more words


Photo of the week #24: Sawtell Beach

After leaving the Blue Mountains I spent a few days in Melbourne catching up with dear friends before flying up to Coffs Harbour. Coffs Harbour is located about halfway between Brisbane and Sydney. 220 more words

Photo Of The Week

Lifelong Learning Festival

Oh the fun! Our group is involved in the Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival.

Come along to Thomond Park on 23rd March between 11am and 2pm to catch up with Lou at the… 87 more words


Day 30: I Swear I Do More Than Eat!

Honestly. Before this challenge I grocery shopped maybe once every 10 days.

Maybe shopping small is giving me a glipse of living in Europe where people actually shop for fresh food every few days! 314 more words

How our first meet-up of 2013 went

Well, it was quiet numbers wise.

Two yarny chatterboxes and a spinning wheel put paid to the quiet aspect in short order!

Lou ate cake and drank tea….and did a bit of knitting too. 38 more words


Sunday Zesty Goodness

Our little group had our usual meet up in Zest Cafe which is located in the Limerick City Gallery of Art.

There was something really delightful about sitting in the well lit cafe while being able to look out at the rain splashing down and the wind sending leaves skittering to the ground. 286 more words