One skein of wool

I recently visited, with my sister-in-law, our local wool shop in Lakes Entrance, Stitches ‘n’ Things. My sister-in-law likes to visit this shop when she comes to visit us.  She invariably buys a fair amount of wool as she doesn’t have such a great selection where she lives. I said I would go along with…

Another book update

My recent books have been mainly crime fiction but there are a couple of exceptions. This particular book was non-fiction and the title was a little off putting but the actual read was well worthwhile. The End of your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe “A lifelong love of books plays out as a son…

Progress at the Hot Springs

I haven’t been for a morning walk for a while so it was good to get out for a long walk this morning. I did most of my usual walk route and was surprised to find an incredible amount of progress on the work related to the Hot Springs here in Metung. This is the…

A thriller that is non-fiction

One of my reads last month was a non-fiction book called Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: the mavericks who plotted Hitler’s defeat. The book had been recommended to me by one of the members of my reading group.  I am not usually someone who would read war history but I thought I would give it…

All is not as it seems

On my walk this morning in Metung the lake was looking beautiful. I was doing a different route this morning as I was heading out along the boardwalk and down to the boat ramp at Shaving Point. This is Legend Rock which I have talked about in a previous post. It was indeed a lovely…

The Stick Shed

“It resembles a giant , serene cathedral of tall unmilled timber poles. From certain angles within, the wooden support poles resemble a forest of trees. This sense of awe and wonder makes this interior space one of the most impressive in Australia.” We have recently been on a road trip in the north western part…