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Writer Rank: 150
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Readers: 10372
Subscribers: 20
Articles: 22
Comments: 40
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My WeekendNotes - 22
I am, it has to be said, a passable swimmer - people pass me in the pool all the time. I'm better at cryptic crosswo... [more]
On land far, far away from the worries and cares - or, indeed, lorries and cars - of our bustling Melburnian metropo... [more]
For better or worse, CoViD-19 has reshaped our world this year. For those of us whose everyday lives are currently ... [more]
Ah, the relentless march of time.  Was it really only last year when my Other Half and I paused in front of Parry's ... [more]
My children have grown to associate all rail trails with long bike rides. Like many cycling enthusiasts, my Darling... [more]
For a town with a population of around 5000, Wonthaggi has an extraordinary number of places selling retro/vinta... [more]
I've never given much thought to my comedic tastes. Call me slow but it only occurred to me recently that many of the h... [more]
23/09/2018 - 25/11/2018
There's a new, fresh-faced kid on the block which, notwithstanding its diminutive size, is striving to fill a noticeable... [more]
I once bought a companion set for $8 from an op shop in Healesville. My OH and I had been scouring antique shops and ha... [more]
Cape Paterson is a sleepy village on the breathtakingly beautiful South Gippsland coast, nestled midway between Phillip ... [more]
Living in Manningham has its ups and downs. Its undulating roads and paths are a fitness fanatic's dream - and a railway... [more]
An early and lasting obsession with Breton striped t-shirts plus a soft spot for French bread, brie and patisserie have ... [more]
Loch seems to be one of those places that either you're very familiar with...or else speed blithely past on the South Gi... [more]
Two and a half hours up the coast from Perth lies the Pinnacles Desert, sparsely-vegetated home to thousands of limeston... [more]
The 2018 Centenary Exhibition of the Twenty Melbourne Painters Society is on display at the Glen Eira City Council Galle... [more]
23/08/2018 - 09/09/2018
Imagine the scene: you're in an unfamiliar town after a morning's meander along a local beach and your ravenous family a... [more]
Fish Creek may be small, but it punches above its weight in terms of the choice of eateries in its township. This ca... [more]
It's fifty years since the closure of the Wonthaggi State Coal Mine in 1968, and part of the mine and workings is now a ... [more]
In the belly of Middle Swan, surrounded by a plethora of wineries, chocolateries, bakeries, patisseries and other ga... [more]
Much as I appreciate our metropolis with its many comforts and conveniences, nothing beats breaking out of the city at w... [more]
A visit to Montalto Vineyard and Olive Grove, in Red Hill South, wasn't intended to be the highlight of my day-long date... [more]
I suppose I shouldn't have been surprised to find that most of the day's offerings of freshly-baked bread had been s... [more]