About the Book
I never considered myself a poet and some of you may agree that I'm not but every now and then something happens and I write down rhyming stuff so I guess that poetry. These fits of verse usually occur when something is on my mind. Massacre in particular came about when I was troubled when 35 people were gunned down at a local historic tourist attraction. One of my daughters had been there at the same time the week before. The Couch a result of visiting my parents when they were rapidly approaching the end of their lives. I added the last verse after they passed away. I have enjoyed doing this small book as it has helped me deal with some of the highs and lows that I've experienced in later life. I hope it is well received.
Married with two daughters, Served in the Royal Australian Navy from the age of 15. Served aboard fast troop transport, HMAS Sydney, on deployments to Vietnam in 1969 & 1970. A life member of the Australian Parachute Federation (APF) Working as an instructor, Chief Instructor, Instructor Examiner, Director Instructors, Director Safety and National Training Manager until retiring in 2016. Co creator of Tasmania's world famous Eaglehawk Dive Centre and over the past 40 years has logged more than 5000 hrs underwater. A keen motorcyclist, member of Gasoline Alley HOG Chapter QLD, the Ulysses Motorcycle Club and the Veteran Memorial Centre Social Riders in Tasmania. President of Military Brotherhood Motorcycle Club Hobart Sub-branch. Travelled extensively through Europe, Asia, USA, the Pacific and Australia. Each day is the beginning of another adventure. Other web sites https://www.facebook.com/groups/498183447009352/ http://www.blurb.com/my/store