Category Archives: SITES 2C

RANDOM LINKS TO BLOGS WHICH YOU COULD HAVE FOUND YOURSELF.

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WORDPRESS BLOGS WHICH MENTION URUNGA.

http://ninglunbooks.wordpress.com/2008/04/27/towns-ive-stayed-in-1-dorrigo/
http://theblogwithnoauthor.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/hospital-beds/
http://drewhopper.wordpress.com/
http://him357.wordpress.com/2007/01/28/obituary/
http://jc4jc.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/more-like-hot-day-out/
http://ulaasydney.wordpress.com/2009/09/21/the-big-ride/
http://jc42graphy.wordpress.com/2010/02/25/the-i-dont-delete-revolution/
http://tanksalot.wordpress.com/2009/08/24/sudden-comfort/

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URUNGA BREAKWALL.

RANDOM WORDPRESS BLOGS WHICH MENTION BELLINGEN.

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BELLINGEN RALLY FOR THE HOSPITAL JULY 24 2010

http://sustainabilitymnc.wordpress.com/2010/01/13/sustainability-2009-the-bellingen-video/
http://amybradneygeorge.wordpress.com/2007/11/13/tuesday-4/
http://learnfury.wordpress.com/2008/06/13/bellingen-and-the-bookshop/
http://thefirstwolf.wordpress.com/2010/06/08/cloudy-mind/
http://idlenotions.wordpress.com/2007/08/16/weekend-at-bellingen/
http://www.christianfletcher.com.au/blog/2009/06/art-deco/
http://shaneonabike.wordpress.com/2007/10/06/gettin-down-bellingen-global-carnival-style/
http://marinaontour.wordpress.com/2010/01/25/big-banana-bellingen-to-sydney/
http://marinaontour.wordpress.com/2010/01/25/big-banana-bellingen-to-sydney/
http://tastethedifferencecookbook.wordpress.com/2009/05/24/the-spark-of-life-local-news-news-general-bellingen-courier-sun/
http://normh2.wordpress.com/2010/04/03/quick-easy-but-not-simple/
http://carefreeroad.wordpress.com/2008/10/19/18th-october-2008/
http://cybermike.wordpress.com/origins/
http://jewelsgemsandalteredhems.wordpress.com/2010/05/19/the-vintage-nest/
http://mikeandamyblog.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/jesse-emmanuel-fashion-shoot-2/
http://coffscoastlocalfoodalliance.wordpress.com/about/
http://bellingenhigh2012.wordpress.com/
http://littleblackboook.wordpress.com/2009/04/17/teresa-cowley-200910-spring-summer-collection-debut-at-rafw-sydney/
 

MORE MEANDERING

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The Damn Dam

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The Greener Grass

 

Time to hang out the washing. I have a line which has been strung between trees. I think it was hung by someone considerably taller than I am. I have trouble reaching up to hang clothes on it.

Today, I shall simply hang them on the airer and put it out in the sunshine on the verandah. The Cottage has verandahs on all sides and I am in my well-loved indoor/outdoor living. Ground level – because I now have knees which baulk at stairs.

TROVE has some Bellingen Links.

We have a click clack bed on the side verandah. The HEALING CENTRE in William Street, Bellingen has one too. OK for sitting on but they bring back bad memories of nights away when I was young. Day n Nites we used to be put on. They generally seemed comfortable when I first went to bed but sometime after turning out the lights, the discomfort would start. The click-clack I have now is mortally uncomfortable in broad daylight and I don’t offer it to anyone for sleeping.

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THE CLICK CLACK

The day has turned into a lot of bull. The Charade is registerable. Looks Good. Ken Koala did the rust and its a fine job. Navin’s did the rest and I am surely home because although it was costly, the Urunga generosity was in place and the work has eliminated a noise that has had me freaked for a long time- someplace in the steering it was. . The exhaust pipe is a grand looking affair. For years now it has had a piece of pipe stuck up it from Motor Bike Chris at Currumbin. It worked well but was inelegant.

The Bull kicked in when I tried the various RTA online and phone services and the use of the PO for paying the Green Slip. I am not even going to write about it. After weeks of wrassling with Telstra, I don’t have the wherewithal for another wrassle and will obediently wait for tomorrow, get a lift to the RTA in Nambucca and hand over hard copy. A lot of Bull !

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THE BULL

I don’t have an office space here due to its being a much smaller house than Ulmarra. I DO have a fine table and many windows and sliding doors with the option of working outside as well. The lounge room is set up as an actual lounge room which is novel for me. Lounging is NOT my forte.

THE ‘OFFICE’ SPACE AKA DINING ROOM

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I am, therefore, at home.  This time, the Charade is also at home but I dare not drive it till I have that Rego stamped. Izzy has gone North again to the Music Jam Night. I am considering booking a table for the BELLINGEN GOLD CLUB Saturday night where a Jug Band is playing. Its the Bellingen Jazz Club putting this one on. http://www.midcoast.com.au/~belljazz/

Izzy used to play the Murwillumbah Jazz Club and he also played with SCRUBBY PETE HURCOMBE at the AUSTRALIAN JAZZ CONVENTION in Lismore a year or so back.

 

The Golf Club appears to have an eaterie called THE FAIRWAY BISTRO. Australian, Chinese and Asian meals, it says. OK. Years back, the Bellingen RSL moved itself down to the Golf Club from where it had been longtime up near the Commonwealth Bank. The Bank is now AFFIRMATIONS.  I just checked their site. Affirmations came to Bellingen in 1987 and I went off to Sydney that year for a 7 year stint. That explains my not knowing who they were or when they started.

Where the RSL Club once was is now DIGGERS TAVERN. They have a large bottle shop underneath and upstairs where there once was an auditorium, The Sheridans have put in Motel Type rooms. I had occasion to stay there 4-5 times this Summer and they were pretty good. Great Move that one was, Fred. Diggers’ has good eating and bingo and entertainment as well as the rooms which are quiet, ultra modern and $90 per night.

I have posted another picture of a GuruFoods meal. a) because its delcious b) because its enironmentally aware and has a code of ethics c) being vegetarian, we don’t have to think twice and three times nor negotiate the meals and d) I LOVE the Guru Girls.  e) Its Zaf’s favourite. Mind you, she also likes HEARTHFIRE.

P.S. The Poetry Night is to held there this month as well. BARDS OF BELLO.

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GURU FOOD LUNCH

 

 

 http://www.bellingengolfclub.com.au/bistro/bistro.html

Right now we are in Autumn.

“ I disliked the Autumn because I was afraid of the Winter”.

2010 seems a good year to enjoy the Autumn. The shadows are long and soft. The temperature at Raleigh at 4.44 pm. is 22 degrees Celsius.

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