Synopsis – Short excerpt

Tara had an easy life she knows it, loves it and is grateful for it, till Russ her husband came home from working up North in the Mines, after a spot of being unwell, he decides that being a Grey Nomad is his dream. Tara is not so sure, to leave all her friends, family, home and community but agrees to join him for a little while, the little while becomes months. Tara learns to love being on the road, meeting and greeting so many people. Suddenly the spot of bad health for Russ becomes fatal. Tara is devastated, now re-learning to do it all for herself on and off the road, but she has been given a small taste of freedom that lingers after Russ’s funeral.

Tara meets another female wanderer, who with her stories of New Zealand wets Tara’s appetite for more travel. Her travel companion proves difficult, but Tara is now on another road of growth, strength, love, exciting travel, danger and new friends who slowly become her extended family , when Tara finally returns to Perth in Australia she is a changed woman, one who knows who she is, once she’s home, safe with her family and friends that eagerly await her return, Tara starts to write a novel called the Cuppa Tree.

As always one grumpy galah fusses around, finding another more comfy spot on his branch. The night sky now puts on the most dazzling display, a moody mauve that turns to deep blue, small pinpricks of light flicker as the stars begin their show. Then the dark deep blue creeps in, brilliant stars like scattered sequins on black velvet can now show off the milky way too far away for the naked eye, its presence known as a splash of white in the night sky, the crescent moon shimmers in a ghostly light of pale lemon, our nighttime show is over…….

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