During their short visit there was only time for a one-day trip. The weather was cool. Rain and sun. A worker at the park said that crystals had been easier to find because of the rain.
Fortunately, one of the long trails up the mountain was smooth. I don't leap logs and brush as in past years. During the afternoon, the weather continued to be "intermittent. Or was it "snail" or sleet? Many crystals were found. Evelyn King is a retired Missoulian reporter. Write to her at Evelyn King, Missoulian, P. Box , Missoula, MT Sharon Stone has a frank message for middle America: "Don't vote for a killer.
On the day that year-old Joseph McNamara learned that he would likely die in prison, the parents of the 9-year-old boy that he struck and killed last July told about the life sentences they are already serving. An additional five deaths were also reported by the state, for a total of 89 Montanans who have died from COVID this year.
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No doubting that they are all beautiful. Wine, food and music among the vineyards. The story of how volunteers led by staff of Parks Victoria set about rebuilding this High Country hut after it burnt down in Jennifer Burchat reports.
He talks to Gaynor Matthews about music and children. The coffee culture is alive and growing in the north-east. Dog of a story Families also include pets and Lou Munro tells a sad tale with a happy ending. Garden glory The best gardens of the North-East prepare for thousands of visitor to check their horticultural splendour. Meet some of the women involved in the wine industry and sample some of their tales of why they are into wine.
Bush Kinder Kids teaching kids; what better way to encourage young ones to look closely and enjoy what they see? Suddenly the rays from the sun have felt warm. The beanies and scarves have disappeared and people all seem to be smiling. Spring does that to you. If we could in any way harness Nature, it would be great to extend this season. Ken is a living piece of history and tells his wonderful story to Julia Foletta. That story starts on page Two other pieces of history are also worthy of note.
The school at Jamieson celebrates its th anniversary late in October and, similarly, the school at Buxton has its th celebration in November. The Buxton information is on this spread while Brian Dixon tells us more about Jamieson on page See page Divide Coffee. Andrew roasts more than kg a week at his Buxton operation to keep up supplies to baristas from Yarra Glen to Beechworth.
Our vet this issue, Dr Jacinta Kelly, goes over the pros and cons of dog breeding on page 56, while on page 52, Louise Munro tells an amusing tale about her husband and his dogs. Naturally this time of the year brings out the best in our gardens and so many are open for inspection. That report is on page Lynnda Heard speaks with six women who are making their way in the world Mother goose was very protective of her nest of of wine.
Since this photo we are happy to report that Starting on page 96, we visit seven goslings were hatched. Mother goose is just five delightful properties in the as protective. There might even be a place for you. We starts on October 30; in this edition we hope you enjoy it. Gaynor Matthews talks with Luke Davies about his project with diddley-bows — hundreds of diddley-bows. Find out more on page After diddley-bows, we all might need a good coffee and the man we can thank for a lot of that in the northGlen Rohan Editor and Publisher east is Andrew Hall the owner of Great.
There is to be a series of cooking sessions and meals to show people what can be made with the produce available from the Yea Community Vegetable Garden during Spring. The meals will be prepared in the shared kitchen space so everyone can put their spud in the pot, so to speak.
Tasty simple meals with old and yet to be new friends. If you are keen to come along, leave a message on or email info yeahouse. The event is being organised jointly by the Buxton History Group and the Buxton Primary School — which is celebrating years.
Former students and anyone with past associations with Buxton is invited. In the renovated Buxton Memorial Hall people can reacquaint, share memories and view a display of old photos, memorabilia and paintings of historic scenes.
You can also take a tour of the school and see how things have changed The Buxton History Group envisages that the day will unearth more stories and historic photographs for ultimate publication into a book. Photos can be scanned and displayed on the day and your stories can be downloaded onto a memory stick.
See website. Over October and November, the Winton Wetlands reinvents itself as a playground of adventure and activity. Take a bike ride discovery tour, paddle on the wetlands by the light of the full moon, have an adventure in a canoe, don a pair of waders and take a walk in the wetlands, grab a seat at the progressive lunch, or dine on cheese and wine at twilight. Go the whole hog and book a spot on the biodiversity camp. Whetted your interest yet?
Then head to www. When was your Wastewater Treatment System last serviced? Jamieson school celebrates its th Centenaries are always important, but th anniversaries cause real reason to celebrate. To help celebrate, the school is calling all past pupils, teachers and friends of Jamieson Primary School to come along and enjoy the festivities.
The day starts at 10am with delicious morning tea, followed by the official welcome at 11am by former shire mayor and still local representative as well as proud Jamieson resident Cr Russell Bate. Members of the Jamieson CFA will prepare a barbecue lunch in the school grounds from noon. A school committee. This generous offer was accepted and a tuition fee of one shilling 10 cents per week was the amount charged for each child, with a reduction for families.
The enrolment was pupils. However, unbeknown to other members of the school committee, Father Courtney had also applied for aid and in May, , his claim was recognised.
As he had provided the classroom and had enrolled pupils, the Catholic School, number , was officially recognised and the other application was refused. The first class was held by Mr Andrew Loughrey, with an enrolment of 51 pupils.
Jamieson township celebrated its th year in with a record. School Principal Genevieve Bolwell has created a database of every pupil that attended the school since Before then, records are a bit hazy. Hoskins, Fitzgibbons and Foots were the first to be mentioned with Matthews, Kilpatrick and Sutcliffe as the teams for next term. Genevieve herself has a wonderful history in Jamieson. Married to Ian Bolwell, the couple raised their four children in the area.
Back then the road was more than tricky and on many. Winemakers in attendance are - Chambers Rosewood, Pfeiffers and Cofields. Home of the Durif, unique fortifieds. The original Victorian Wine Region! Of course, it would not be a Jamieson Wine tasting without our iconic Ros Ritchie Wines and Delatite Winery, who have been with us since the very beginning over 33 years ago!
Winemakers and their award winning wines will be available for tasting, discussion and sales. Silent Auction items at every table.
To compliment the international award winning wines there will be an extensive range of Australian and European cheeses to taste. Not bad for a little town like Jamieson! The event has been running successfully for over 30 years and has become a special highlight on the regional culinary calendar. Featuring wine regions, styles and grape varieties rarely found outside of specialist boutique cellars.
Includes tasting glass. This Event books out quickly, so don't delay. The four Bolwell children were students at the school before going on to Mansfield for their secondary years. Genevieve now has grandchildren attending the Jamieson school. They will be taking part in the celebrations.
As well as the morning tea, formal introductions, welcoming speech, tree planting, unveiling the plaque, the cake cutting ceremony and barbecue lunch, there will be a photographic display of former students, videos of school concerts and excursions that will be running all day.
Local resident Denis Tucker will provide the music. A light supper will be provided. If you are a past student and unable to attend the celebrations, you are invited to contact the school to have your name placed on the register. For further information, contact the school on 03 , Facebook: Jamieson Primary th or go to the web: www.
Phone: 10 Highett St Mansfield admin ipsbuildingservices. Starting them young The Euroa Arboretum is widely known for producing seedlings of indigenous plants. Perhaps not. Mine, so I have been told, was eating dirt and flowers. Pansies apparently were my favourite. And therein began my lifelong love affair with nature. There is a joy to nature — the sun on your face, the discovery of a frog under a log, watching an eagle play in the thermals, admiring the start of the wattle flowering every August.
However, in the age of mobile phones and widescreen TVs it is easy to become separated from the great wide world out there. Learning about nature can begin at any age. The Arb also provides education and training for people of all ages and expertise.
Katie had a small group this year and the numbers were with the boys — these lads needed active, outdoor play! The first visit, back in May, was loads of fun exploring a little area, building cubbies and climbing over logs and branches. Gradually each visit, the. Now I find I manage to get one third of the way through the monthly activities as the kids are so spontaneous with their play and Katie, fellow teacher Sue Walker and I have to rouse them on to the bus.
Their confidence has grown, their motor skills are improving, their observation skills are a delight and we all enjoy ourselves immensely. It has been so successful, we are going to run it again in Just ask about bush kinder at Euroa Kindergarten if you are enrolling your kinder aged kids. The kids run about — metres ahead of the dog and I, and find a hidey hole just. Often camouflage gear is worn and faces darkened with mud if they want to be really sneaky.
Often I completely forget that the kids are along for the walk, and they are totally entertained trying to trick me. And learning at the Arb continues for the adults as well.
For those serious about their science, the five-. Later in the month, farmers and people with a green thumb or who are green at heart can participate in the Grassy Woodland Field Days — four days of field trips about grazing and woodland management.
Details about all our programs are at www. See you there soon. Three festivals and many other standalone events make Mansfield the place to be in October and November. Spring in what or where? Well, naturally in or around Mansfield and the what? There are three festivals and they complement each other beautifully, the Spring Arts and the High Country festivals are both held from October 23 to November 9, while the Lake Eildon Festival takes place over the weekend of November Everyone is invited to play and revel in Spring Arts.
There will be art exhibitions combined with dining, guided walks that expose hidden delights and market stalls abounding with displays of local produce. Sculpture and glassware displays will also be found throughout the township to admire. Opening night on Friday, October 23, at the Delatite Hotel will have all the bells, whistles and dignitaries that such an occasion is meant to have. The website www. It could be a quiet breakfast and an afternoon of films by the local youth to an evening of live u.
The festival grows and each day is filled with event after event with the Grand Parade, picnic lunch in the vineyard, country fairs in Maindample and Bonnie Doon, art exhibitions in Jamieson and photography in Bonnie Doon, open gardens, wetland tours and the Melbourne Cup Day Races in Mansfield.
The two lakeside villages of Bonnie Doon and Goughs Bay feature in the festival. Each town will be holding a weekend of activities, including Saturday night fireworks at both locations. The villages both skirt Lake Eildon at opposite sides of the lake.
At Bonnie Doon the Boat Expo will inspire water sport lovers. On the lake stunt wakeboard riders and skiers will be strutting their stuff on the water and providing a lesson or two. The weekend includes water skiing demonstrations, paddleboard and kayaking displays, a twilight market, fireworks, food, music, a boat boot sale and safe boating practices by the CFA. See www. The Lake, as the locals refer to it, is the forgotten treasure of Mansfield and the High Country with its fresh sapphire blue waters lapping against kilometre after kilometre of shoreline.
Outside of these festival times, Mansfield warms up with a range of events. This is for the trout anglers to expand their knowledge of trout fisheries, hear something of current trout management issues and enhance their fishing experience.
Following the conference is the Fishing Film Festival from 7. To register visit. The Targa is expected to entice more than performance, muscle and classic cars to compete over 3 days with 22 different stages of the event. Quality craftsmanship, from large commercial and residential to extensions and renovations, site preparation and earthworks to completion, all your building requirements.
Spring in the King Valley where the King River winds through vineyards framed by the mountains of the Alpine National Park is something special to behold. The one major road from Oxley to Cheshunt, meanders along the valley floor and along its 50 kilometres or so a myriad of entrances with driveways diverting off either side, tempt you in.
Families arrive and pitch the tents, friends book a bus and bunk in at the caravan park, couples acquire a suite, a room or guest house accommodation. Ken still loves life on the Thornton farm Ken Gilmore is the third in a long line of Gilmores who are still farming on the river flats at Thornton. According to Ken his father would not have the photgraph taken until he had cattle beside him. The boys had to jump on the horses and ride down the paddock and bring up some cattle, then the photo was taken.
Ken sits in his living room ready to tell his story. A pastel sketch of the tree hangs on a wall beside him. On the long bookshelf opposite sits a huge collection of framed family photographs.
He points outside towards the Goulburn River. It happened one Sunday afternoon when he had walked his wheelie bin out to the roadside on the Goulburn Valley Highway.
His foot collapsed underneath him. Managing to pull himself up to the bin, he signalled for help. I ride my exercise bike every day. Hugh Gilmore Snr and his brother William — were just two of more than one million people who fled Ireland and another million Irish who died as a result of the potato famine. The potato was the principal food of the Irish until a fungus wiped out the potato crops in This led to starvation and horribly tough times for many years.
For most affected farmers there were only two options — the workhouse or emigration. Assisted sea passage to Australia was offered to agricultural labourers and female servants and Hugh and William took up the offer.
Early records about how they spent their first years in Australia are hazy,. The Land Act enabled land, previously occupied by squatters, to be selected in the colonies. The brothers selected parcels of land totalling about hectares about acres around the Goulburn and Rubicon rivers. In Hugh married Sarah Jane Barker who had an adjacent selection. Of their nine children, the first two sons were John and Hugh Jnr. Hugh Snr bred quality livestock and was instrumental in the formation of the Alexandra Pastoral and Agricultural P and A Society which, in November , celebrates its th Alexandra Show.
Hugh Jnr and brother John farmed the fertile Goulburn River flats with their father who, when he died in , had title to around hectares about acres at Thornton, Rubicon, Taggerty and in Alexandra. Unfortunately he died without a will so all his estate had to be sold. Dad was only 18 when he started.
Did very well to do what he did. Built the house, sheds and everything. They too supported the Alexandra P and A Society and exhibited their award winning animals and farm produce. The animals were walked into Alexandra on show u days. Leave in daily moisturiser for perfect soft curls. Betty is 84 and lives at Wangaratta. They had two children, Jane and Andrew.
Everything was done the hard way. Dad and Uncle John had another sideline, potatoes. We grew peas, maize and barley too.
We forked the grass into it. Macedonians came here too. We lived off the land. The mixo got rid of the thousands of rabbits on the place; with bulldozers we could clear the land and the hormone spray — Weedone and that sort of stuff — killed the thistles. This entire place would be underwater for weeks at a time. Picture: Julia Foletta. In enlargement of the dam was completed with a new wall and hydro electric power station.
It was renamed Eildon Weir. Then there were the euchre parties, school sporting events and table tennis tournaments. He even won the B Grade district table tennis and shows off his trophy — a small mulga wood ashtray.
There was a big presentation in the shire hall and that was the trophy I got! He used to live up at Rubicon. He was a big bloke, about 20 stone about kilograms and he bought a baby Austin 7. It was the funniest sight you ever saw! The things that happened in my lifetime!
Today it is the site of u. He used to ride yards about We went on bivouacs too and practised shooting at the rifle range up at Rubicon. They married in and had four children — Bruce, Roslyn, Jeannette Jenny and some years later Stuart.
Peggy was the well known matron at Alexandra and at Eildon hospitals and involved in many community and craft groups.
Peggy died in at 87, just short of their 60th wedding anniversary. Tragedy had struck the family in when their first son Bruce, aged 20, died in a car accident. He used to look after my father, cut his hair and everything. Poor old Dad; when I told him he was so distressed he stopped in bed for a whole week before we could get him out. It was called H Gilmore and Sons and we trade under that name still.
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Ooh and aah and admire, with just a touch of envy, what has been achieved by these tireless workers of the soil. The weekend includes water skiing demonstrations, paddleboard and kayaking displays, a twilight market, fireworks, food, music, a boat boot sale and safe boating practices by the CFA. We starts on October 30; in this edition we hope you enjoy it. He and his wife Kelly have four children. I loved it. Cancel Save. Go the whole hog and book a spot on the biodiversity camp. In nearby Avenel, Fowles winery really had much to cheer about. Yarck Hall, Maroondah Hwy.
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