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I never figured I’d be a teacher of any kind, but life has a funny way of leading you down unusual paths. My first workshop series ever is almost coming to a close, it’s now a time for reflection, learning, planning for next year and possibly a short rest. I’ve learnt a great deal from teaching […]

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A few weeks ago I cold smoked a bunch of trout that I caught out of my mate Jacks dam. Being fish that live in still water they can taste a bit muddy at times so I opt for the smoking approach, which tends to distract you from the earthy flavour of dam trout. And […]

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The hill climb past Corryong made the old Fairmont’s engine moan. With each tight winding corner came another, then another. It seems like a never ending labyrinth of tight corners, steep descents and hill climbs that would challenge Sir Edmund Hillary. Sometimes the drop off to the side of the road is so steep, you […]

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