Woodworker Kaye Hatton finds hidden treasures in other people’s rubbish.
By Liane Arno
“I’ll have one more for the hill”. Every evening Ralph would come down to the pub for his three pots – and then one more so he could make it up the hill to his home. So punctual was Ralph that I used to time my first drink when Ralph turned up at quarter to six. It was very disappointing, and an anxious wait, if he was late.
Liane Arno has worked in lots of firms, finishing her corporate life as Head of HR for a top 100 company. She now does lots of volunteer work with her best mate/husband Matt and has worked in Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia and ... the Bass Coast Shire.