HUMANS OF THE HIGHLANDS @ HOME // Dimity Hamilton

Highlanders Share Their Life In Lockdown With Us

 

Dimity Hamilton Lockdown Life

“I’ve found lots of time to do things I’ve been putting off for ages. There’s been lots of planning for the future.” Dimity Hamilton

 

 

1 // How long have you lived in the Highlands?
I’ve been happily living in Bundanoon for five years. 

 

2 // What have you been doing to keep yourself busy (or not!) at home?
All sorts of wonderful things! Mostly painting the house and learning to make my own sourdough starter. I’ve just attempted my first loaf of bread and I’m very proud of the results! 

 

3 // What Highlands shop, café, activity or facility do you miss the most?
I miss sitting in the vinyl booths at Bernie’s Diner in Moss Vale, drinking choccy milkshakes and downing a good, old-fashioned burger. 

 

4 // What’s your silver lining in all this?
I’ve found lots of time to do things I’ve been putting off for ages. There’s been lots of planning for the future.


5 // What changes would you like to see after this?
I’d like to see some of the changes stay around. The lines marked at the supermarket checkouts are brilliant but mostly I’d love to see all the restaurants continue to offer their takeaway and cook-at-home options. We have been supporting as many as we can and have had some wonderful at home dining experiences. 

 

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Dimity has the most a-mayyyy-zing Insta feed, chronicling all her fab outdoor adventures. Follow her @dimsim_outdoors (it’s like you’re going on an adventure yourself!).

 

 

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