We have discussed this a few times. Kirsten thinks we are a suburb of Melbourne. I think we are a country town.
Looking at the various different definitions, the whole of the Yarra ranges is part of metropolitan Melbourne. So much for the senselessness of using LGAs to define the place. . . . → Read More: Is Monbulk part of Melbourne
We had this on again off again start to going to the Renaissance Festival. We spoke with others who recommended it, but turned out not to have actually been to one. In the end we decided to go.
Sadly on Friday morning it was raining. I finished fixing the tent after . . . → Read More: Renaissance Festival 2014
I think I first heard of it on twitter. After looking at the excellent Wikipedia page on the topic, it was clear we would see the second half. The moon was scheduled to rise just on sunset.
I couldn’t find all my camera gear. Most importantly the battery. Seems it got . . . → Read More: Blood Moon
For years we have been invited to go to the show. But we have always had some reason why we could not make it. This was our first visit.
We headed out from Monbulk after the girls made their own breakfast and went to Safeway to swap theirs dream works cards.
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It has been an expensive time for fixing the Relo. Previously we had replaced the battery. The RACV battery man thought when testing it after he put in the new battery that the alternator was not working properly. But his machine said that the alternator was good and that the starter motor was . . . → Read More: Relo fixes
It was our second market day. Kirsten got up early to set up the stall for the Sherbrooke Community School. There was much more help this time. A friend and the school provided food to help fund raise. More people came to help staff the stall and an ex student helped get the . . . → Read More: Kallista Market
The primaries at Sherbrooke Community School went on a school camp on the school oval. It had been an idea of one of the parents.
I had been sick all week. But managed to make an appearance at the set up time.
There was much excitement . . . → Read More: School camp