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CAMPFIRE CONVERSATIONS

WITH ANDREW KENNEDY

Andrew Kennedy

Our host is well-travelled, having spent many years on Australia's roads with a van in tow. It's no surprise to find him at the fire, listening to a yarn and here Andrew has captured those tales for you

On our travels, we get to meet some fantastic people, some real characters, not just fellow travellers, but in local communities as well. A while ago we have had the privilege of meeting a few folks from Greenways in SA.

Don’t get too excited, Greenways is a tiny community, not many people at all, a phone box, a local CFS shed and an oval. No general store, no fuel stop, nothing, except from what I saw, a fairly progressive community spirit.

The reason for our visit was to catch up with some friends that have moved to the area.

It was a Friday night and the yet to be named group, had decided that a barbecue should be held at the old tennis club.

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BRUCE - THE LAIR - COMMUNITY SPIRIT

Pat and I were privileged to be invited, and surprisingly, a lot involved were young people (a lot younger than us). I’m going to call them the Greenways Progress Association, because despite any other discussions in the area, I believe this community wants to thrive and keep their community as one; they want to make progress, they want to survive.

Now … let’s get onto the reason for this story.

We met Bruce and Deb, a lovely (well travelled) couple that have lived in Greenways for quite a while. During our conversation, the Lair was mentioned. I sat there for a while contemplating, before finally asking what this ‘Lair’ was; not only did Bruce tell us, but invited us down the next day for a first-hand look, and sure enough a beverage or two.

By the way Bruce is a bit like a dentist, he doesn’t like showing his face … but loves a chat.

Find out what's inside The Lair, and Greenways too

CAMPFIRE CONVERSATIONS

BRUCE - THE LAIR - COMMUNITY SPIRIT

Andrew Kennedy

Our host is well-travelled, having spent many years on Australia's roads with a van in tow. It's no surprise to find him at the fire, listening to a yarn and here Andrew has captured those tales for you

On our travels, we get to meet some fantastic people, some real characters, not just fellow travellers, but in local communities as well. A while ago we have had the privilege of meeting a few folks from Greenways in SA.

Don’t get too excited, Greenways is a tiny community, not many people at all, a phone box, a local CFS shed and an oval. No general store, no fuel stop, nothing, except from what I saw, a fairly progressive community spirit.

The reason for our visit was to catch up with some friends that have moved to the area.

It was a Friday night and the yet to be named group, had decided that a barbecue should be held at the old tennis club.

SCROLL DOWN

WITH ANDREW KENNEDY

Find out what's inside The Lair, and Greenways too

Pat and I were privileged to be invited, and surprisingly, a lot involved were young people (a lot younger than us). I’m going to call them the Greenways Progress Association, because despite any other discussions in the area, I believe this community wants to thrive and keep their community as one; they want to make progress, they want to survive.

Now … let’s get onto the reason for this story.

We met Bruce and Deb, a lovely (well travelled) couple that have lived in Greenways for quite a while. During our conversation, the Lair was mentioned. I sat there for a while contemplating, before finally asking what this ‘Lair’ was; not only did Bruce tell us, but invited us down the next day for a first-hand look, and sure enough a beverage or two.

By the way Bruce is a bit like a dentist, he doesn’t like showing his face … but loves a chat.