I love finding a great bookshop. It makes me feel like I’ve stumbled on a treasure trove, and it’s all just waiting for me to plunder it. In all honesty, I do my best — within the limits of my budget, of course.
I visited the Cow LIck Bookshop for the first time yesterday. It won’t be my last visit.
An Aussie Maple Leaf, adrift on the wind...
Yesterday I was granted an opportunity I’ve been waiting for: I visited the Cow Lick Bookshop in Colac, Victoria. which I had discovered and followed on Facebook about a month ago.
Colac is in the Western District of Victoria, in the middle of God’s own dairy farming country. It’s about half an hour’s drive from where I live, but in the opposite direction to where I work, so I don’t get there often.
When I lived on a dairy farm at Princetown and visited Colac regularly, there was no bookstore, so I am super happy that there is such a great one there now.
Neal, the owner, is very friendly and knowledgeable. The shop is really well set up, and has a refreshingly quirky, welcoming vibe. The store has books on a wide range of subjects, with an excellent range of kids’ books, and Young Adult and general fiction. In…
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