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Friday, May 23, 2008


Storyteller's life

When I worked as a storyteller in Australia much of my life was spent travelling. What I found from experience was that it suited me to find a central base and drive as much as 100 kilometres to the schools or other venues where I was working each day. This reduced what I least enjoyed about the lifestyle—loading and unloading the car. I found places I particularly liked in each area and would return to them year after year.

One such place on the New South Wales mid-north coast was Arrawarra Headland. I would rent a cabin there and when I came back in the afternoon could take a relaxing walk over this bridge and along the almost deserted beach.

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