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Always arty, it's nice to finally take the time to enjoy my painting. Growing up as a child in Papua New Guinea‚ my art has always been driven by the extreme colours reflected in the rainforest‚ the unique wildlife‚ the ocean and the...
Retro cycling is the new buzzword Living with a retro cycling nut is never dull! A collector of old bikes, Trevor attends 'retro' cycling events, hovers on the 'buy, swap & sell' sites, talks a language of geometry, downshifters and gears and...
Have you ever thought of the things in your life that re-energise you? In recent years I have discovered that painting with watercolours is my superpower!Sometimes life invariably gets busy, stuff happens and sometimes we need to sit back and take...
Annual retro bike ride through the Sunshine Coast hinterland! The Noosa Strade Bianche is an annual retro bike ride for steel framed pre '86 bikes.  The ride winds through the rustic hinterland roads of the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.In the spirit...
There's a lot of chatter about Baby Boomers at the moment.  Our kids have left home, our bags are packed and we're ready to roam.   We 'Baby Boomers' are all starting to think about retiring!Boomers are widely described as...
It seemed only natural when our 'Territory Mob' blog evolved that Trevor and I became 'Us Mob'. A 'Mob' is an Australian collective reference for a group of kangaroos, however in the Northern Territory, the word 'mob' is often used affectionately when grouping people...
My whole life has been interesting and fun, sometimes sad but I always strive to 'make a difference'. My life's journey has come the full circle and I love how that has happened without any rhyme or reason.It was clearly...
Dinner at Camels Hump with art and poetry - who would've thought? The Camels Hump was a big part of my life a few years back.  A cheeky restaurant in downtown Alice Springs, where the menu featured a selection of...
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