Outdoors, hobbies, DIY's and all things awesome.


The Angry Bird Story

It’s September once again and where I’m from, it’s Christmas. Well, not quite. But that’s another story. Read it here if you haven’t yet. September, what does it mean for Australians (Australian cyclists in general)? It’s the dreaded magpie season. In Spring, magpies lay eggs or probably hatch by this time, so they get territorial […]

Bike Rack Review: Yakima Foldclick 3

If you’ve been on the market for bike racks, you would have figured that they come in different types, specs, and prices. Considering that prices, depending on your needs, can even go over a thousand AUD, might as well do some research just to make sure you get the right one to suit your needs […]

DIY Pavers In Two Ways

Laying pavers can be very simple. At it’s very core, you can lay them on the ground and that’s it. However, those perfectly lined up and levelled pavers we see in Instagram/Pinterest may need some tinkering. Depending on the paver size and the area you’ll be working on, this “tinkering” could easily escalate. And I […]

Smoked Beef Ribs: Simple, yet complicated

It has been over three months since I published my Smoked Brisket blog and I haven’t had any BBQ entry to date (not that I’ve been actively blogging lately). But as I said, I’ll be lurking around BBQ groups, constantly getting ideas, visualising and waiting for the right moment. And by “right moment” I mean, […]

Christmas Season: Know Your Music, Know Your Meme

Today is the 1st of September. For most people around the world, it’s just another day. For us Filipinos, it means the start of Christmas. You see, back in the Philippines, we start getting that Christmas vibe in September. We call it the start of the ‘ber’ months, it’s where we kick-off the Christmas spirit, […]

Homemade smoked brisket: Is it worth the hours?

I haven’t heard about slow smoked briskets until a random ad popped up on my FB feed. It was Aaron Franklin’s MasterClass on slow smoked briskets. Just looking at those jiggly, juicy slabs of meat immediately got my attention. And so began the obsession. I did not waste any time, I did some research and […]

Bright Escapade: Too late for Autumn or too early for Winter?

One of the best things about the Victorian destinations is that, they change with the seasons. For instance, when we came to visit Beechworth a few months back, it was at the peak of summer. As lovely as it was, we always knew that the Northeastern side of Victoria is best known for its autumn […]

Exploring Port Fairy, Victoria

For starters, Port Fairy is one of the few Victorian towns with a rich history that dates back to the mid-1800s. This blog however, will not be giving out history lessons because I’m no bookworm — I’ll leave that to the history buff bloggers. What I can help you with is setting your expectations and giving you as much info as I can which may help you plan your trip, one way or the other.

So what’s in Port Fairy? What does it look like? Is it worth the drive? Let’s find out.

How to Safely Tow a Trailer

One of the things I look forward to in camping, aside from the destination itself, is setting up my gear. It hasn’t been too long since I started this hobby but I can already feel that this could actually go out of hand. It’s hard not to ‘addtocart’ a few camping stuff, no matter how […]

Weber Master-Touch 57: First impressions

A few weeks back, me and the missus turned a year wiser (let’s just leave it at that). Knowing that I’m into one of the daddest hobbies ever (backyard BBQing), a few of our closest friends gave us a Weber Master-Touch 57 for our birthday. How cool is that? And if you love charcoal grilling, […]


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