Carry on Camping

Over time I have stayed in many wonderful places and have enjoyed great company, yet something about camping alone in Mt Kosciuszko captured my imagination. In my last post I shared some photos of… Continue reading

Top of Australia

I decided to do an overnight trail in Kosciuszko National Park. Its been a while between hikes involving a full pack so this one was at a gentle pace. Mt Kosciuszko, whilst the highest point in… Continue reading

Sweet summer colours from the road

Leaving the Budawangs, the intent was to spend some time in the ocean. However it was a dull afternoon on the south coast so I changed my plans and decided to drive inland… Continue reading

Raising the pulse

I think Captain Cook may have been too polite. Sailing past in 1770 he named this distinctive peak Pigeon House. The Aboriginal name of Didthol, a word meaning “woman’s breast” seems closer to the… Continue reading

The Castle

I had read much about this trail before getting here.  It was clear it was going to be a tough one. In fact I didn’t finish it. The Castle Track in the Budawangs… Continue reading

Getting away from it all

It’s raining today which means I am catching up with myself. All the sunshine recently had me on the beach with great intentions of blogging when I get home, but obviously that hasn’t happened! A few weeks… Continue reading

Short and sweet

I learned something recently. I get distracted in company, so much so that I hardly take any photographs at all. I met up with some friends for a hike and I have no… Continue reading

Back in the bush

The other weekend I went for the hike. It was the first one in a long time and taking the stairs through the office on Monday morning was telling – my legs were… Continue reading

Hello World…… it’s been a while!

  Greetings from my kitchen table in Sydney, long time no talk. Hope you are all well. It’s been too long since I wrote anything on this blog so am feeling a little uncomfortable at… Continue reading