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Maria DiCocco
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The Red Door is a reference to a shiny, solid front door that was the gateway to our Launceston apartment. For 18 months we called Seaport home. On the banks of the Tamar River we spent a memorable time with my family in Tasmania. Our return to Victoria mea...
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swapping over
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making the most of monday
A blue sky is a rarity at the moment and Monday morning is a good enough excuse for getting out. checking things out anticipation excitement paddling hard almost there white water fun finding the best spot up and again pleasure eyes closed yoga on the beach...
making the most of monday
making the most of monday
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fruit and veg and herbs
Whenever we have moved of late, the new place doesn't really start to feel like home til there are pots of herbs growing just outside the door. A few weeks ago I joyfully filled my pots with new seedlings, the hope of future bounty. Hmmm, a possum thought s...
fruit and veg and herbs
fruit and veg and herbs
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rain and fields of sunshine
Johanna and I arrived back from our Tassie week to a wet and water logged Bellarine Peninsula. We missed most of the rain but its evidence is everywhere - puddles and mud. The paddocks have mini lakes in them, the river is brown and the ocean is brown for h...
rain and fields of sunshine
rain and fields of sunshine
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happy birthday
And it was a very happy birthday. We had all the kids (and partners) down and squeezed everyone in on Saturday night. Colin loved his fire pit - dessert, coffee, roasted marshmallows and a drop of whiskey and home made liquor tastes so much better with smok...
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happy birthday
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thanks
We had to be home between one and three, waiting for a delivery. I figured I may as well bake the orange syrup muffins that I had been meaning to try for a while. The delivery men arrived just as the muffins came out of the oven and the syrup was being drib...
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afternoon ride
One of the things I love about Barwon Heads is that you get river, sea and countryside. A few minutes walk and there is the river, a few more and there is the sea, ten minutes on the bike and all you can see is green. Johanna and I took a late afternoon rid...
afternoon ride
afternoon ride
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disorientated
Johanna and I returned from our 'Tassie week' on Friday night. We caught the skybus into Southern Cross, as we always used to, and for a moment it was as though we were visiting Melbourne and Launceston was still home. It was disorientating. And so was driv...
disorientated
disorientated
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mucking around
The weather might have been a bit ordinary this weekend (and the water freezing) but that was no deterrent to some! Zac and Jan, tandem on the sup the start of the race the end of the race not much on offer at Ocean Grove but still some fun to be had in the...
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mucking around
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monday
Could there be a better start to the week... (point and shoot camera so not great quality photos) Getting suited up instruction time ready, set... go she's up, way to go Rach.! I do believe "utterly terrifying' might have been screamed out Johanna waiting f...
monday
monday
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