FROM BACK IN 2013
FROM BACK IN 2013
THE EASTERN SPINEBILL OUT FRONT.
Its JAZZ Festival weekend in Bellingen and Markets tomorrow. Izzy is up north doing gigs at Harwood and South Grafton all weekend. And the gas cylinder which has lasted all winter has now run out. I had just showered – a mega shower – and washed my hair and henna-ed it and it lasted through that so, continuing with my BLOODY MARVELLOUS theme, I was able to say B.M. It could have been worse
It will mean a trip into Urunga tomorrow to book a new one from Hickey’s. Tomorrow is also voting. Best check with the Daughter and see where she wants to vote. Likely to be madness up at Bello with the Jazz and the markets on.
RALEIGH AUGUST 20 2010.
Its quiet here of a night. Just the lights of vehicles passing down on the road over the front paddock. Sometimes one turns up our drive. Signs of Winter’s passing are showing. The colours are warm. I haven’t seen it like this before. It must, I think, have been like this but now I am seeing it softly. Today was a gentle day. I shall take a look and see what the temps were. Ah ! 14-20 degrees celsius.
Yesterday, we ventured into Sawtell. That’s ‘just up the road. ‘ GOOGLE MAPS say its 22kms and 21 minutes but the roads must have altered, methinks because it doesn’t take us that long and doesn’t seem that far. Toormina which is a kind of offshoot of Sawtell features the nearest CENTRO shopping centre. in Woolworths and Coles etc.
And then, there is the Water. The creeks and the ocean and the Bath built in the rocks just a wee reminiscent of Maroubra and Bondi Days.
In my AT HOME ALONE TRAWLING THROUGH BLOGS, I just came across this site. Very Nice.
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Look at the Kangaroo.
A meditative Roo.
BUNDAGEN is just over the way from the Cottage but in a different world entirely. Or perhaps just subtly.
Now I come across BERANGHI.
- The objects of the Co-operative are:-
1. To acquire land for the purpose of providing low cost rural housing for members.
- To promote the development of a community of artists, musicians, artisans and craftspeople
- To promote the production and disposal of agricultural products of members and other persons
- To promote the principles and methods of permaculture in agriculture and horticulture.
- To promote and encourage a community where members and families can become self sufficient
- To provide a setting where rural re-settlement in hamlets and village clusters can evolve.
- To preserve and protect flora and fauna on land for such purpose
- BY_LAW enacted 1999 states –
a) Dogs cats and firearms not permitted on the property
b) Physical violence, or threatened physical violence against any person or property shall be deemed conduct detrimental to the Co-op and be grounds for expulsion from the co-operative.
Friday to Friday. Its 21 degrees right now. Not bad for middle of winter. The rains have passed over again and the skies are blue. I am taking a day at home after a busy-ish week. One day in the middle of this week looked like flooding rains were setting in again. I saw some nervous shivers but it didn’t have the feel of flood to me and sure enough, it passed over during the night.
RANDOM LINKS for BELLINGEN and URUNGA.
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Its peaceful here in the Workers’ Cottage. Well ! The lorikeets are dropping things on the roof and the garlic planters can get a bit noisy. So do the horses. Nonetheless, its peaceful.
I’m going to North Bello today. Taking the NORTH BANK ROAD which leads straight to my daughter’s door. I had put my Charade into Northside Autos for a rego check and came out with a ‘failed’. Struts, it needs. Rust there is. At the front doors – on the pillars. Poor Charade – it has other disorders as well.
The North Bank Road is well worth the Drive. Picturesque, I would call it. My son also lives at the end of the street from here – more or less- the other end of WATERFALL WAY.
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