Below is my recount of Day Two on my first 3-day solo hike in Wisons Promontory National Park. You can catch up on Day One here. A warning that this post breaks my rule of less than 1000 words! DAY TWO: A Hard Lesson Learned … Continue reading Solo In The Wild: Day 2
Last week, I embarked on my first solo 3-day hike to Wilsons Promontory. I completed a circuit, starting and ending at Telegraph Saddle, via Sealers Cove, Refuge Cove and Little Waterloo Bay. Below is my recount of day one, with the next two instalments … Continue reading Solo In The Wild; Day 1
I've decided to take my blog with me on my next hike! Yes, I've put in on a custom-made T-shirt, so that I can parade around in the wild, advertising my very own blog. I'm not sure who, exactly, I will be advertising it too … Continue reading Blog Fits To A Tee
“The breath of life is in the sunlight and the hand of life is in the wind.” ― Kahlil Gibran A strong north-easterly wind was blowing when I headed up to the forest, curious to find out how it would feel to be among the … Continue reading The Wind in the Woods
“Wildness reminds us what it means to be human, what we are connected to rather than what we are separate from. - Terry Tempest Williams I sat on a slope facing south-west, the sun behind me strobing rays of heat into my back while my … Continue reading In Love With the Wild
"Rewilding of our world needs to be simultaneous with the rewilding of our hearts." - Claire Dunn I recently read "My Year Without Matches", by Claire Dunn, and once I finished it I promptly returned to the start and read it all over again. That's … Continue reading Wild Reading
Living on the Mornington Peninsula, in south-eastern Victoria, Winter can descend upon us mortals in varying degrees of coldness, none of which I am particularly fond of. Non-the-less, as part of my life-philosophy I do my best to find the good in each and every … Continue reading And So She Walked On, Into The Mist….