Yep. That’s probably the cheesiest blog post title I’ve ever come up with.

Anyway, I believe the cheese is warranted because I have big news to share from around these parts.

Bean got a different job. He flies out to GERALDTON(!) in just one week. The sprogs and I will stay here for a few weeks to sell or donate all of our furniture and housewares excepting what we can squeeze in to the two kombis*, then we’ll follow him up.

So much to do! We have to break the lease here in Albany, so if anyone local knows of folk looking for a house** nice and close to town and the hospital please get in touch…

The Geraldton job goes for 16-20 weeks and we’ll stay in temporary accomodation while we’re there. Once it’s done we’ll be debt free!

Bring it on.


*clothes, camping gear, my sewing machine, fabric stash, Bean’s tools, some crafty supplies for the sprogs, toys…

**or anyone wanting furniture or white goods

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6 Responses to “ch-ch-ch-ch-chaaaanges”

  1. Meg says:

    Wow – that was a quick response from the great unknown! Hope that it all goes smoothly for you xx

  2. Vicki says:

    Wow that is a big change. Do you know anyone in Gero? I could connect you with a friend from work. I don’t his partner but they have two small children so they may know the lay of the land kid-wise there.

  3. bek says:

    The outlaws are from Gero 🙂 They’re all in Perth now. Taswegia eh, just down the road from where you were going 😉 Good luck moving 😀

  4. lily says:

    Wow! That’s huge! Do you have friends in Tasmania? It will be so different from WA 🙂 Whereabouts in Tasmania are you hoping to settle?

  5. Kristy Ratcliffe says:

    Huge news… Tasmania was once on our possible places to settle down list. Much cheaper there than here in crazily expensive Denmark. Good luck. Hope to keep in touch with you guys.

  6. Georgie says:

    best of luck – not sure I would enjoy living in Geraldton but it is only temporary! Tasmania, on the other hand, sounds lovely.

    I was going to say, my younger sister lives there these days and I’ll look you up if we ever make it over to visit, but I realised that sounds awfully like what I’ve gotten in England: “oh, you’re from Australia? Do you know my friend Bob, he lives in Sydney …”


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