Jussy chats with Kingstons Rural Supplies Tinana Resident Saddler, Gary Buzzer. Podcasts are always unscripted and pretty much unplanned, so there is always the element of surprise in how the conversation will go. This chat was no different. I learned that Ferret's may wear masks, goats may need chastity belts, whips are made by a whipmaker, not a saddler. Take a listen to Gary "Buzzer" as he explains the dying trade of Saddlemaking.
Jussy pops into the boutique market/deli run by Jacobson & Wilma "Klipdrift Safari" at 201 Bazaar Street, Maryborough Qld.
Listen to the mouthwatering delicacies of this South African produce specialists have to offer.
The stage is set for an awesome inaugural River Heads Rocks concert - raising money for Multiple Sclerosis as well as bringing some major talent & international stars to the Fraser Coast.
Jussy chats with Suzanne Taylor, Owner of Fraser Coast RV Park & the creator of what is set to be an epic annual event. If Suzanne's regular Open Mike gigs at the River Heads Community Hall are any insight into the success of music gigs here, then she is setting the stage, and the park, for a fantastic weekend of music, food & camping.
The Fraser Coast is home to amazing & interesting people & their stories. In this episode, Jussy chats with Geoffrey Lavers, a plumber by trade who crossed paths with Jussy when he attended her home to change her toilet suite. A chance meeting which Jussy discovered an interesting past of Geoffrey when he spent two seasons working in Antarctica. Geoffrey shares a few stories & experiences from this amazing time in his life. So, does he manage to get the Elephant Seal out of the Workshop?
Jussy discovers how Kate Fallick stumbled into Yoga. A passion she now shares with many in the Fraser Coast. Her story is nothing short of amazing & her travels & experiences, yes living near the Dalai Lama in Northern India, where she traded a smoking habit for a Yoga addiction and has not looked back. You will find Kate on Facebook where she shares her Yoga as Yoga with Kate-Chamundi.
Jussy meets Ken Hall. A Fraser Coast local, international best selling author, long time resident of Point Vernon. We discuss everything from turtles before Mon Repos, Ken's naughty short stories, life in Hervey Bay in the 1960s.
Ken shares a piece of his story detailed in his series "What Next You Bastard. Tales of childhood illness & being told throughout his life of only days to live, traumatic experiences defining Ken as an amazing man, husband, dad, grand dad and now great grand dad.
Laugh and cry with us as you hear this podcast.
Welcome to our 100th Episode! In this episode Jussy travels to Tandora, a 11,000 acre cattle stud situated on the Mary River between River Heads & Maryborough. Jussy meets Mr Lindsay Titmarsh, 3rd generation owner of Tandora. Lindsay was happy to share lots of knowledge about Tandora, the Mangroves & Fraser Coast changes during his lifetime. To find out more about Tandora, check out my Everything Fraser coast Blog & visit Tandora .
Jussy gets to know Fine Artist Akos. Hungarian born, Australian Akos has settled with his family in the Fraser Coast. Oh but it was not his art that brought Akos' family here originally! Akos shares a bit of his story, from his European Art School Education, through to immigrating to Australia, to escape the starless skies & crowds of Central Europe, to find themselves in Melbourne. It took a permanent residency opportunity a a large dash of fortune, that Akos & his family found themselves settling in for the long haul in the Fraser Coast, the most beautiful secret of Australia. The Fraser Coast is somewhat of a Seachange paradise....... enjoy hearing a little from Akos about his art & career.
Jussy visits Maryborough's Lupton Park Community Garden. She is shown around by current committee members Darryl, Yvonne & Dot. The garden has risen from unusable flood grounds & now stands as a testament to the many volunteers & volunteer hours invested for the purpose of community. Take a listen to the podcast, this garden has something for everyone! The garden brings people out of their homes & together where they can do what makes them happy or where their skills are - everyone has a purpose & a place at Lupton Park Community Garden. But when Jussy asks Darryl if the gardeners participate in the World Naked Gardening Day, the conversation goes off topic.
A chance meeting, Jussy meets Nature Sound expert Dave Stewart on one of his visits to the Fraser Coast. Dave shares his story of how he developed a career in nature sound recordings, how he followed a path of developing an interest & hobby into a passion & life long journey of growth & knowledge. Dave shares his abundance of knowledge, mostly focusing on birds & frogs of Australia on his Nature Sound website LINK HERE & has partnered with another expert to create the Morcombe & Stewart reference apps for smartphones - a resource tool for anyone interested in identifying birds or frogs. Enjoy this candid chat with a very interesting gentleman.