It is amazing what a little bit of rain can do to a parched landscape. Green appears overnight and grass grows from dirt that has been scuffed and churned into dust. It gives me hope that the burnt areas of Australia can recover. We still have lost a lot in people, buildings, farm animals and … Continue reading Lake Annand Park and East Creek Park
https://www.instagram.com/p/B7M3IAwA_H3/ This is the post I meant to do last week, but the bushfire emergency seemed to overwhelm and posting about the healing power of nature just did not feel right at the time. I have blogged about Emma Mitchell's The Wild Remedy here. I love the idea of walking in nature to heal. I … Continue reading #BookSnapSunday – The Wild Remedy and a Black Gully Walk
Now that we have bitten the bullet and again had a dog join our family we have had to consider the implications with our travel. We love bush camping and national parks. National parks and dogs do not mix. It does not matter how well behaved the dog is, just the scent of a dog … Continue reading How do you visit National parks when travelling with dogs?
We visited the awesome Bar Wunder on Saturday with Ada. Bar Wunder is Toowoomba's best known dog friendly venue, with a beer garden designed to welcome and cater to canine clientele and their well behaved owners. The four legged clientele have their own menu, including a (non alcoholic) pooch hooch in case the water is … Continue reading Bar Wunder – Toowoomba’s own tail wagging great bar!