I am a people watcher,life observer, nature lover, spiritual seeker loving this crazy wild ride that life is taking me on. I am still a blank piece of paper waiting to be filled and that is good.
Tags I’ve used most often.
- Australian outback
- Fear of flying
- getting older
- life experiences
- life journeys
- mixed media
- New York
- raising children
Posts that tickle my fancy, or move and inspire me in some way.
Blogs I Follow
- Gerri & Kym's travels in Oze
- Alive & Terrified
- Green lights ahead
- Patricia Steele Raible
- ephemeral gecko by mixy gregory
- Art Inspiration | Inspiration | Art Techniques | Encouragement | Art Supplies
- In the Zone
- Xcetera Photography
- €merald Wake ©
- LEANNE COLE
- Joshi Daniel Photography
- lemanshots - Fine Pictures and Digital Art
- Europe with an edge: bits from the Balkans
- Gotta Find a Home
- A Holistic Journey
- Pepperbox Couture
- Make Something Mondays!
- Creating Mixed Media Art
- home sweet homemade
- ME and the Boss
- Shabby Chic Addiction
- Vit Peyr
- I didn't have my glasses on....
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Posts of mine that have somehow tickled other peoples fancies.
Category Archives: camping
It was a long LONG drive from Lightning Ridge to Broken Hill- I think in total about a nine and a half hour trip ? so we split the journey in half and stayed overnight halfway across. It mustn’t have … Continue reading
In recent years my husband and I have done a fair amount of travel overseas, but now we are embarking on a new life of adventure… Exploring and photographing Australia whilst travelling in a caravan! Not full time mind you, … Continue reading
Ok, so this is the last episode of our outback adventures – and I think it’s the funniest. Especially the end. I think by this time we were getting a bit of desert fever or something. Continuing on from the … Continue reading
Thanks so much to the people who have been watching and commenting. I know your time is precious and not many want to actually sit through watching longer than average video’s, so I do very much appreciate it! So here … Continue reading
The next part of our journey took us on the Gunbarrel Highway. Yes, they call this crude corrugated dirt track a “highway”. It took about three days for us to painfully slowly – cross the Gunbarrel and in all that … Continue reading
I don’t often do this…. attempt to write short stories. I know there are plenty more experienced writers out there doing just this, and probably far better than I. Thought I’d give it a go though. Why not? A familiar … Continue reading
I confess, I have a phobia. Me? The oh so fearless one you say? Did you know that my name “Tracy” means – bold and courageous. Boy, did my parents get that wrong. Yes, I have an irrational overwhelming fear … Continue reading
Our Easter weekend camping trip to Hill end, about a five hour drive from home, began in the usual way. We arrived just after lunchtime, the campsite was almost full, and were greeted by a friendly bunch, already set up … Continue reading
Today I’m reminded of the outback because a fellow Aussie blogger Baz, who obviously has a passion for traversing through the outback with his family, recently has been posting some glorious photographs of their travels. Have a look here – … Continue reading