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April 1, 2018

Sore body, happy soul. A five day festival is a marathon, not a sprint, as our more experienced co-festivallers have reminded us.

Yesterday we were woken up by the dull roar of a hot air balloon floating over, and saw some skydivers parachuting down over the festival gr...

March 30, 2018

Sunshine! (Mostly).

Just after lunch we moseyed on over to the festival grounds to pick up where we left off – enjoying some excellent tunes.

We started off checking out the much hyped Citizen Cope. I don’t know if it was the early set time, the sound not quite being dia...

March 30, 2018

Hey there forager followers. This week we are doing something a little different with the blog while we are at Bluesfest.

We will be posting daily with a wrap up of the musical adventures of the previous day.

First, a little preamble to fill in the blanks from Sunday to...

March 26, 2018

This weeks blog is bought to you by phlegm, cough and tissue. Being sick on holiday SUCKS!

A short one this week:

After spending a couple of days of high quality beach and sunshine time in Tuncurry, we needed to keep heading north to get to Byron Bay (well, Tyagarah real...

March 19, 2018

Beach and sunshine again - hooray!

It is strange, but after having so many rapid commitments of places to be at particular times, this week has felt like we are really 'back to it,' on the road with less time pressure and more freedom to make-it-up-as-we-go-along. We ha...

March 12, 2018

Pro tip: After sleeping only a couple of hours on a red eye flight, when diligently giving your Land Rover the once over, ensure to firmly and completely tighten the expansion tank cap after checking the coolant level.

We have been a bit temporally discombobulated over...

March 7, 2018

As you will read below, this has been a pretty hectic week/weekend, thus the late post. Pretend it is Sunday ;).

What is important in life? How much do the objects, things, products and consumables we acquire liberate or imprison us? Most people have dabbled in the conc...

February 24, 2018

Beach hopping ain't a bad lifestyle.

On a grey and drizzly morning we drove out to Wilsons Promontory for a look. The peninsula is the last remnant of a land bridge to Tasmania that only disappeared a few thousand years ago. Certainly a beautiful slice of National Park,...

February 18, 2018

(to the tune of 'Back in the USSR' by the Beatles) Back in the Vic-Tori-Ah...

Parting is such sweet sorrow. Tasmania was twelve+ kinds of awesome (landscapes, nature, fresh produce, people, cheap accomodation, whiskey, beer, wine, short drives, waterfalls, TWO vegan che...

February 11, 2018

We have had a lot of different experiences in the last week - lots to write about. Here is where we have been:

This week has been challenging in surprising ways. You might have noticed that our blog is a little bit about vegan food, i.e. we don't eat animal products inc...

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