Monthly Archives: November 2013

Mountain greenery

The Irish have an affinity with green mountains.  They sing songs about them and romanticise them and to this day still refer to those who prefer to live with their sheep in those remote green heights as  “mountainy men”.  This … Continue reading

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The Invisible Woman

I’d like to tell you about Tara, The Invisible Woman. Tara is not her real name but it has a strong and heroic ring about it which seems appropriate. I hardly know Tara; in fact I’ve only met her twice. … Continue reading

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The Path

My favourite path in all the world is the one that leads down to Chinaman’s Beach. I’ve trodden many a path in my life and never can resist the lure of a new one yet this particular path has a … Continue reading

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Sunday morning coming down

When it comes to sheer nostalgia Evans Head on a Sunday morning takes a lot of beating. I’ve said before that going to Evans Head is a real trip back to the 60s and 70s – even the 50s! Not … Continue reading

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The new track

On our latest trip to Evans Head we discovered a new walking track. Just when we thought we’d explored every walk for miles around, we found this one. Not quite by accident though. We’d heard rumours of this track for … Continue reading

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Simple gifts – a trip to Evans Head

Evans Head is a place of simple gifts offered generously to those with the mindset to appreciate them. That’s why we love it. That’s why it has become our holiday destination of choice. The long and quiet beaches, the calm … Continue reading

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