Under The Summer Sun

Technically, it is not yet summer, but it certainly feels like it!

Temperatures have swung wildly this past month, but now we seem to have settled into the summer heat.

With temperatures expected to reach the forties in the coming week, I’ve decided to spend it beside the waters of Wyangala Dam.

Having finally fulfilled my dream of owning a caravan, I am going to take my first trip away in it.

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I hope to get a lot of writing done this week, just myself and my dog, in a place of peace and inspiration.

Having been a little slack with my writing of late, I plan to complete my Descent To The Dark Goddess series and work on my Hekate course.

I will have very little internet connection up there, but I shall (hopefully) have a bit of publishable material on my return.

 

I plan to begin work on a series of rituals with the Goddess Aphrodite while there.

I can’t think of a better way to begin, by the water, under the sun, in a place I love.

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I’m also very excited to be taking my van, christened Winnie, on her maiden voyage.

Buying a caravan has been a lifelong dream for me, as has travelling and seeing this beautiful country I live in.

My ultimate trip will be travelling the Great Ocean Road, which I’m planning on doing in early Autumn.

Going camping in a caravan, with all the comforts of home, will be a welcome change from a tent!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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