Monthly Archives: November 2010

Westward leading, still proceeding

Hello everyone! La vita é bella. I’m sitting drinking coffee at Olio Bello, a boutique organic olive grove in the Margaret River region a kilometre up the road from the Gracetown caravan park where I’ve stayed these last two nights. … Continue reading

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Listening to the Aunties

Dear Friends, This will be a little post because I only have a small scrap of paper to write it on, and send home to one of my Track Angels to scribe up. It comes from my hand through her … Continue reading

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Of snap-lock bags, nuts and noodles, pepitas and porridge

What have I been eating? Food plays a major part in the walking roadshow and from I’ve seen, can be pleasure, plain necessity or penance. You plan it, you shop for it, you prepare it, seal it off in little … Continue reading

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Track angels, mead and hankies.

… A post from a couple of weeks ago… Thanks track angel in the North! … Well folks, day five and I’m feeling stronger, fitter and lighter! Lighter could be because I’ve eaten all my food but never mind that! … Continue reading

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Mt Cooke hut & Dookanelly hut

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Receptive ground

It’s been raining for a day and a half now: long, soft, soaking showers falling through the still, breathing bush. Drops of rain sound in a hundred ways: on the perspex, corrugated iron and metal gutters of the hut; on … Continue reading

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The limber Swami and the dogged Goose

Day 10, Dwellingup Dear friends, It is a happy goose writing today, a clean and fed and maybe overfed goose. A scrubbed and relaxed and stocked up and chilled out goose writing from the Dwellingup chalets and caravan park. It … Continue reading

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