Waverley Cemetery

Just next to Bronte on the cobalt blue Pacific coast lies the famous Waverley Cemetery, in which bone orchard lie many famous Strayans, among whom Victor Trumper and Henry Lawson.  A cricketer who played like a poet and a poet who drank like a Cossack.  Rolling green hills and the broiling sea hold them close and wrap their arms around them.  We bid them all a fond G’day then headed down 3 Blue Ducks way.  As a footnote, In deciding on the categories for this blog we included “lifestyle” because we guess that being dead is a kind of lifestyle.  It certainly takes up a lot of one’s time anyway.

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