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Ocean play makes me hungry


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Good ‘arvo’ mate (using my Aussie accent)!

Blue skies and western winds. A combination limited to winter here in Byron Bay, but it’s November. An ocean of play, sunburn was all over everyone’s face. How could you avoid it?

For those lucky enough to work on “Byron time”, there was a feast for ocean goers, surfer’s I think where the luckiest bunch, but who would disagree with someone reading the newspaper, enjoying the surrounds.

But all of this makes me hungry, so I’m off to the Farmer’s Market tomorrow morning to get a fix of local, organically grown produce, and use my code word “banana” get get a $2 bargain.

Stay healthy, Johnny and Tim

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Johnny is one of the founding members of Common Ground, who brings an element of creativity to the CG landscape through his filmmaking, photography and writing. Having lived in Byron Bay for over 15 years, moving to the area from the colder climates of Tasmania, Johnny has a strong passion for filmmaking, surfing and his local community, living a few kilometres south at Broken Head in an old School. Mr Abegg can be found out-and-about surfing his favourite haunts, drinking an early morning coffee, and lost in thought with creativity.


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