The past few days at home have been delightful. Warm golden days and cold nights. As dawn breaks a light frost lies across the fields. There is no wind. The deciduous trees are shedding their leaves, putting on a spectacular display. For you gentle reader I have included some humble photographic offerings to entice you to come and visit Jamieson, and to help you understand why I love to call this place home!
Japanese maple outside Jamieson Post Office
View over the town from the Jamieson arboretum, a community project commenced in early 1990s
About Andrew Dwyer
I am a cook, author of three published cookbooks, historian and expedition leader. I live in Jamieson, a town with a population of 200 in a valley where two rivers meet in the Australian High Country. I am married to Jane and we have three grown ups that were once children. They all return home regularly for short visits. Life is good.
NB: This site uses Australian English, so if you are American you may struggle with the spelling.