Eden offered up an intriguing and unique natural history that left us hungry for more.
Life is made up of all the good, bad and ugly things that happen along the way.
Here’s where we keep track of what went down, where and with what people.
We set off on a pilgrimage to re-live Lib’s 23rd birthday morning; red rocks here we come!
From kangaroos and emus at breakfast, to seals and snakes, our next leg of the journey was unexpectedly populated with wildlife and great views.
On the beach kangaroo trail, hidden guerrilla bays and finding shelter for the night – the South Coast continues to be an adventure!
Ulladulla offered up the best sting ray experience with a smattering of good views and beaches.
White sands, nature and a struggle to find a campsite – thanks for everything Jervis Bay!
Rainforests, nature, plenty of wombats, a free campsite and a hangry Jess. Good times.
The out-of-this-world rock formations had us snap happy and reflective, before hitting up the blow holes of Kiama.
On our second day on the road, we explore Shellharbour and it’s surrounds; swimming, eating and adventuring with a quick car fix.
Libby and I have converted our 99′ Honda CR-V into a two person camper and are heading from our home town of Newcastle down the South Coast of NSW, taking our time to take in the sights.
“Have some pride in your own people Australia. Say yes to marriage equality. Be the love we want to see in the world today.”
Self feeding, self watering garden beds – how much easier can gardening be? Check out this DIY for our wicking garden bed.
Here is a great way to recycle soft drink bottles in your garden.
We took an old drum kit, added our green thumbs and made something new and beautiful!
Here is an interview with Entrepreneurs Heidi and Dan, who have started Native Newcastle – a ‘local’ way to do Tours.
The warmth of this chicken soup fills every inch of an unwell body & delights the soul – you will want to Leave Your Lover for the home cook that makes it!
An inspiring local artist showcases Newcastle’s iconic scenery with the sounds of local musicians.
Here is the first ever VLOG from The Blender. It’s one day, set to a soundtrack, for us to look on later in life.
The Good Oil Espresso Bar felt like coming home. Their homemade treats inspired three visits in three days and I can’t say enough good things about them.
Before having a beagle I knew that they were hounds and used as sniffer dogs. I now know beagles are stubborn, wilful and very clever. At least mine is!
My personal reflection on Oesophageal Dysphagia AKA my inability to swallow.
The HSC isn’t the final ruling on your life as a whole… but it will really feel like it when you’re doing it!