It was a particularly warm Winter’s weekend that greeted our circle of friends as we decided to settle down on the porch around the fire pit. The encompassing view takes in the meandering river, rolling hills and forest, as well as the railway along the edge of the valley. Picture this! You find yourself dreamily […]Continue Reading
A Farmstall in a Railhouse on a winding road. Sheryl Crow reckons ‘everyday is a winding road’. I reckon she is a Midlands girl at heart, because here, we have lots of winding roads arranged side by side with rolling hills and fields dotted with cattle. And the railway. Always the railway. The intersection between […]Continue Reading
If you know me, you know I love a good cup of coffee and hence me ending up creating my own coffee route. My favourites being a Flat White or a Cappuccino. For this reason, and because I live in a really fast-growing coffee area, people regularly ask me about where they can find a […]Continue Reading
Sipping coffee, sitting on the deck watching a freight train pull off on one side, while vehicles head up the old R103 road to their respective adventures, I figure it is a fitting start to a new year. Somewhat transitory. And yet a trendy new take on an older space is where I find myself. […]Continue Reading
Hilton is growing. It isn’t the village it used to be. To that I say, yep, it is better. We have all sorts of services and products that are growing like beanstalks that help improve our lives. With the new year also comes New Year’s resolutions. I am not a huge fan of these, because […]Continue Reading
Thanks to Woodford Reserve, I now know a lot more about bourbon. I am no aficionado, but I am certainly more educated and happier for it. Enter Woodford bourbon which is said to have been made first in 1881 by a bartender in Kentucky and is now considered one of Kentucky’s oldest distillery sites. I […]Continue Reading
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