Monthly Archives: June 2015

cooking school

River Cottage Australia Cooking School Last week Val and Michael stayed in our cottage. From a guest’s point of view the weather was awful, it rained all week. From our point of view, the rain was needed; with warnings of El Nino comimg on top of a dryer than usual year to date, we were just happy that all the tanks and our dam were full again. But it didn’t seem to to worry our guests. Every day they explored new horizons, and on Sunday Michael took off alone on a […]

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The Sun Deck Bermagui

The Sun Deck Bermagui Recently we set out with a couple of friends to drive to Tathra for lunch at The Wharf Locavore, via Bermagui where we planned to stop for an entree of fresh organic oysters at Bermagui Oyster Room. The Narooma to Bermagui drive is always spectacular. It was a beautiful sunny day, and with three professional photographers in the car, (not including me), it was not surprising that there were a number of impromptu stops on the way; particularly as we drove besides Wallaga Lake, famous for the […]

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Fishermen’s Tales No 1

Fishermen’s Tales No 1Hairy and scary tales from an intrepid fisherman, short on skill but long on imagination, battling aquatic  monsters lurking unseen beneath the waters of Wagonga Inlet surrounding Hobbs Point    A couple of days ago I wandered down to the Hobbs Point jetty, which,  I might add, now protrudes into Wagonga Inlet only at high tide and even then only for a distance of about a metre. Apparently it once protruded for over 30 metres, but legend has it that the punt of an over eager oyster farmer accidentally  collided with […]

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