A whirlwind of a month

Not even a month. Hardly three weeks. And during that time I had the great honour to be at the Bendigo Art Gallery for a Celebration of Women Leadership, I was reunited with my man, caught up with two wonderful women, one of them a multi 8000m peak summiteer, enjoyed a morning at the Horsham Gallery listening to Asialink grant presentation, travelled to Melbourne for an inspiring start to the Glen Eira Council Learning Fortnight, flew to Lismore for the Southern Cross University Fusion Festival, drove to Brooms Head for a day and two nights of staring at the ocean, had a birthday at the foot of Mount Macedon, and drove back to Natimuk via the Mineral Springs area of Central Victoria… who said life was slow in the country?









Bendigo, 26 August the two outdoorsy persons on the right. Linda Beilharz and Brigitte Muir

b and chris photo sue mc cormick

Brigitte and Chris Jensen Burke, High Altitude Summitteer Extraordinaire


Natimuk, 1st September Top: Sue McCormick, Eric Renz and Chris Jensen Burke at inaugural meeting of the Beyond the Smile Visioneers









Lismore, 3 to 5 September Rachel Callahan, BTS Visioneer talks to Auntie Irene of the Bundjalung Tribe. Auntie Irene opened the Festival.


Eric at Brooms Head

Eric at Brooms Head

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