Blue Wolf’s Rain

Blue Wolf's Rain

Blue Wolf's Rain

Blue Wolf’s Rain

Turquoise the Blue Stone of Intrigue and Desire

Turquoise – A stone that has a unique and mystical attraction.

What come to mind when you hear the word Turquoise? Most of use probably let our thoughts speed off to the Southwest and Indian Country. It does seem to be a fact that most turquoise is found in arid climates and where copper is found.

It is know wonder then that the important turquoise states are Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and Colorado. Some more expensive turquoise comes from Iran and Tibet, where Read the rest of this entry »

Wolf’s Rain Hige

Wolf's Rain Hige

Wolf's Rain Hige

Wolf’s Rain Hige

The rainy season is a symbol of greenery sprinkled around, fun and frolic, making merry, mucky boots, raincoat, colorful canopies and a piping hot cup of chocolate drink. For children, making paper boats and bidding them farewell through water puddles adds meaning to the season. However, paper boats are not the only craft option that children could choose to make and have fun with. There are a number of craft ideas that children may love to construct. Moreover, craft activities can be performed indoors. Thus, there is no need for your children to go out in the rains and Read the rest of this entry »

Wolf’s Rain Opening

Wolf's Rain Opening

Wolf's Rain Opening

Wolf’s Rain Opening

You Can Huff And Puff, But You Can’t Blow Down An Alumalite Sign

Alumalite Signs Can Stand Up To Any Wolf Or Weather

It’s a cautionary tale – the three little pigs construct three different dwellings from three different materials before figuring out which one is the most indestructible. Wow! Those poor pigs had to go through a lot of trouble to get it right. Think of how much time and effort those little pigs would have saved if they had gone with brick- or Alumalite- in the first place!

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Wolf’s Rain Ost

Wolf's Rain Ost

Wolf's Rain Ost

Wolf’s Rain Ost

If you look at the last decade of British films you’ll see the same names crop up again and again. Danny Boyle, Guy Ritchie, Neil Marshall… These British directors have battled the wind, rain, mud and general gloom of their tiny isle to nip and tuck the face of British cinema and influence movie-makers and goers on a global scale.

How has British film experienced a new renaissance? And why? It’s not just about the funding. It’s about ideas, and adding a fresh spin on old ideas. It’s about looking at tired old genres with new Read the rest of this entry »

O Reilly’s Rainforest

O Reilly's Rainforest

O Reilly's Rainforest

O Reilly’s Rainforest

Do you like the Great Outdoors, why not come to the Gold Coast, Queensland!!

I have been a local on the Gold Coast for the past 10 years and have found some really great daytrips from the Gold Coast. Here are a few examples of some really fun days out.

Mount Tamborine

Take a drive through the Gold Coast Hinterland to Mount Tamborine approx. hour drive from Surfers Paradise. If you go on a weekend or public holiday stop at Eagle Heights and check out the hang gliders, quite a colourful Read the rest of this entry »