Checking In


For the last month I have been in New Zealand and Australia, looking for my “winter home” when I can no longer bear the cold of my wonderful adopted summer home on Bowen Island. It’s astonishingly beautiful here — white sands and turquoise waters, sunshine, warmth and colourful, amazing wildlife. It has been a time of discovery and self-discovery, of reflection, of learning and of love. And a time of realizing what I really need in life.

More when I’ve had time to process all this. Thanks to all those who have written asking whether I’m still blogging!

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8 Responses to Checking In

  1. Wendy Farmer says:

    Good to hear from you Dave. Been thinking about you and wondering how you were.

    Hugs from our very wet coast,

  2. Barbara Dieu says:

    Enjoy your peace, quiet, love and luck. The rest of the world seems to be going to pieces.

  3. Sam Mills says:

    Missing you. Glad to know you’re OK.

  4. Carla says:

    Dear Dave, we were missing you! I am glad all is well with you. Hugs from Lisbon!

  5. David says:

    Dave! You’re down under? bag the relaxed, reflection crap, paddle out and catch a wave for me. It’s sometimes the best self-discovery you will ever encounter :) BTW, reflection is good, I take it back :)

  6. macnaess says:

    enjoy your time! love your words!



  7. mazzie says:

    Dave, have you been to venus bay in victoria? its wild and beautiful with spectacular beaches, and is close to other sites of amazing natural beauty – east gippsland and its old growth forests, and wilsons promontory.
    you are welcome to live in my venus bay house for winter. i was planning to travel overseas so you can have my house while i am away!
    let me know if you are interested. we can organise something.

    email me.
    Permaculturalist, budding writer, english tutor, artist.

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