wharf/water and sheep’s head pie

i went down south to busselton for a drive and a look around .. busselton is 2 hours south of here ( as is the way in australia its a straight road) . i went to see if i like it and maybe move there. busselton is known for its wharf , 2 kilometres long, and beaches… it was impressive; i am now actively seeking work there.. long white sand beaches ,azure blue skies , cobalt blue seas and a wharf that is perfect to fish from.. this was just the beginning; southward down the coast get better .. i must find work down there and look around some more……  so where does the sheep’s head pie come into all this?  i was reading the book i was given for christmas (Londoner’s Larder by Annette Hope) and it mentions sheep’s head pie but does not give a recipe for it ,so i am looking for one and will take suggestions……..

rockingham aka swinging pig

saturday night in rockie for the non pub goer can be an interesting night . the biggest obstacle is no daylight saving here ,darkness comes early and so too the morning,  night comes quick .. this saturday night i went to cheak out a fishing spot ( i’m going to try my hand at saltwater flyfishing; this will be another post) the wind was up as always, so it was just another walk along the beach .. with a steady and regular wind the kite boarders were out having fun …friendly people, a nice stroll and  a few photos ended the daylight hours .. off to the pub for a quiet beer……

fishing on my mind

it doesn’t take much for the mind to wander these days (winter) .. with an awesome weekend over easter i have been thinking about all the good fishing trips i have had , here are some photos..

morporc with a large brown(my pb).. west coast..
mike at londons ford. a very nice brown
tuck looking for fish in the hawkes bay
a result.. a rainbow
the best bloke to fish with , andy , at lottin point
a bucket full of water as a rod holder at lottin point
camp table at tora , such a wild place with awesome fishing
rods on the car at matakona

fishing at easter

at easter i went  up to north waikato to visit mike , kim and georgia … we went over to the coromandel and done a spot of fishing and stayed a night at whangamata in mikes boss’s place …. here are some photos

veiw from the digs
shareing the river
first fish of the day
last cast just on dark
a brace of trout