Man Cave Produce

The man in the man cave has been very busy since we got back from our road trip. He – The Retired Husband –  has been squirrelling away, collecting wooden palettes for some months now. And has found some awesome treasures. Enough to make all the furniture we need for our renovated guest bedroom and more. … More Man Cave Produce

The Crocodile Hunter

12 years ago this week Australia’s famous Wildlife Warrior, Steve Irwin, died after being pierced in the heart by a stingray barb. He was filming an underwater documentary at the time. “Crikey, mate.” Steve was renowned for his passion and love of animals. After his death, his wife Terri and children Bindi and Bob carry on … More The Crocodile Hunter

When I Grow Up….

She stood on the edge of the cliff overlooking a vast expanse of blue green water.  Below her, she could hear the pounding of the waves on the rocks far below. An ocean breeze stirred her tresses, tickling and teasing her face.  Lifting her arms up high up to reach for the sun, she took … More When I Grow Up….

My toothless friend

She was a vision to behold. Toothless, she wore a multi-coloured beanie on top of her pate. The sky blue top caressed her large, freedom loving boobs. Barelegged beneath the flowing skirt, her feet were encased in bright blue ankle socks and slippers. Pushing her shopping trolley, she joined me at the vine ripened tomato … More My toothless friend

Kim’s Photos

The Retired Husband’s baby brother has turned to photography. He’s pretty good. Enjoy these shots of our state through his camera lens. When the moon turns night into day with the lights of Adelaide on the horizon. Messing around capturing star trails in my back yard. This is 125 images stacked in photoshop. Zoom in … More Kim’s Photos

Didgeridoo

The best known of all Australian Aboriginal musical instruments is the didgeridoo. It is Possibly the world’s oldest musical instrument. A wind instrument originally found in Arnhem Land, Northern Australia. Is made from limbs and tree trunks hollowed out by termites (white ants). Is cut to an average length of 1.3 metres and cleaned out … More Didgeridoo