Fluorescent pine-lime shirts billowed softly on the gently rotating clothesline. Sweet eucalypt smoke from a pot-bellied wood stove wafted across the yard in the frigid August air. Jaxon preferred to use matching yellow clothes pegs when hanging his freshly Omoed hi-viz out to dry. Jaxon also preferred the sweeter scent of burning pine or walnut but liked using the expression beggars can’t be choosers too. His twin-cab ute was in pristine condition and the closest it ever came to being taken off road was driving up the gutter on the nature strip at a work site or when there were no parks within easy walk of the entrance to the leisure centre where he worked out.
Bridge Road Brewers Beechworth Pale Ale
Bridge Road Brewers, Beechworth, Victoria