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Down The Dirt Roads

Rachael Treasure


PUBLISHED: 28th September 2017
ISBN: 9781489399403
Down The Dirt Roads
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PUBLISHED: 28th September 2017
ISBN: 9781489399403

Publisher Description

'For me, being in a paddock means anything is possible ...' Country girl and bestselling novelist Rachael Treasure had worked hard to build a long-dreamed-of lifestyle on her own patch of dirt in Tasmania's rugged and beautiful wilderness. But through the breakdown of her marriage, Rachael lost her family farm and, in her words, lost her way in life. Discovering an all-new compass to live by, she took her two kids and her dogs and left the beaten path. Intensive farming, men on the land and women in the home - everywhere Rachael looked she saw ongoing harm to the soil and the foodchain. By going down the dirt roads and getting back to grassroots, she discovered another set of stories about country life in Australia, and a different way to live on the land. From her rebel granny to pioneering farmers and passionate animal handlers, Rachael became inspired by fresh ways to do things. Down the Dirt Roads starts as a heartfelt and moving insight into the life of a single mother displaced from her home, and becomes a groundbreaking and powerful book about healing, health and hope. Nourishing and sustaining, it presents a practical and positive vision of what life on our land could become.

Author Biography

Rachael Treasure lives on a sheep farm in Tasmania with her husband, John, and her children, Rosie and Charlie. Together they breed and train kelpies, border collies and Waler stockhorses. Jennifer Vuletic is an Australian actress, singer and a NIDA graduate from the class of 1984. She has enjoyed a varied career travelling all over Australia and the world, and has toured internationally with the hit show Mamma Mia!, playing the role of Tanya. She also performed in Menopause The Musical, The Women of Troy and Jerry Springer: The Opera. Jennifer has penned six cabarets, including Balkan After Midnight that won an award at the 2001 Sydney Cabaret Convention. She has recorded audiobooks for Vision Australia for over 24 years and has won numerous awards for her narrations, including the Trish Trinick Award for The God of Small Things.

Product Details

Author
Rachael Treasure
Publisher
Bolinda Publishing
Year
2017
ISBN-10
1489399402
ISBN-13
9781489399403
Country of Publication
Australia
Publication Date
2017-09-28
Narrator
Jennifer Vuletic
Playing time
502