The Pagan-Christian Crossover

My fellow Pagan, blogger, and social media junkie Kimberly over at Gypsey’s Treasures recently blogged an exploration of the crossover that Pagans often observe occurring … Read the rest


The Convent at Daylesford

Daylesford is an interesting place. With a population of just over 3,000, to an American, it might seem like a sleepy, conservative, little town.


A Bird’s Eye View of Melbourne

The first thing a first-time visitor to Melbourne should do is go to the 88th floor of the Eureka Tower and view the city from … Read the rest


Old Melbourne Gaol

Last week, we visited the Old Melbourne Gaol, a museum and former prison. Gaol, by the way, is just a British variant spelling of jail.


Tasmania in Review

All in all, we spent about five full days in Tasmania


Salamanca Market

I love shopping.


Port Arthur

One of the highlights of our week in Tasmania was visiting Port Arthur.


Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary

Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary is a sanctuary for injured and orphaned animals in Tasmania.


Sunday Gratitudes

A few things that are making me happy this week and that I’m grateful for:


Hello, Tasmania!

We waited two-and-a-half hours in the queue to board the Spirit of Tasmania Monday evening.


Sunday Gratitudes

A few things that are making me happy this week and that I’m grateful for:


Here & There

Today we took a drive down to Port Melbourne. We took a glimpse at the Queen Mary 2, which has docked at Port Melbourne’s Station … Read the rest