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July 29, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
In late July 2016, I took advantage of the half-price offer on Tasmania's #ThreeCapesTrack and although this is not the sort of walk I would normally do, I can honestly say I wasn't disappointed. With hut accommodation making tent carrying unnecessary and the expertly constructed track keeping the boots dry all the way(!), it was fast and extremely...
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Dark and Deep

May 26, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
I do not consider myself unobservant, yet there are places within the region in which I have lived for over 25 years, that seem to have remained hidden from my view despite my having walked or driven by on many occasions. Perhaps it is our state of mind at a given time, that imputes new significance to what has up to that time, been merely ordinary...
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The best-laid schemes o' mice and men

May 22, 2013  •  1 Comment
With an unexpected morning off my "day job" two days back, I headed off to a small waterfall near home, which I rather hoped had benefited from recent rains in our area. The Sherbrooke Falls is definitely no Niagara. That is say it is rather modest, even unimpressive, both in height and in cubic metres per second. What I did not know at the time wa...
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