Author Archives: Malcolm Schluter

The Subtle Evenings of Spring


I rather enjoy this time of the year, with its slow progression towards summer, yet without extreme heat and the […]

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Spring has sprung on Eyre Peninsula


As a requisite in my role as caretaker of the Nyroca Scout Camp, I am required to update my first […]

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New Developments at Nyroca Camp


The new shower block has been finally completed at Nyroca Camp and will be a great addition to the existing […]

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Royal treatment for lambs at Nyroca


Apart from the myriad of duties involved in managing the Nyroca Scout Camp, this past week has seen the addition […]

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Inspiring visitors tell stories at camp


During the week before the end of term, the annual St Joseph’s Year 8 camp was held at Nyroca – […]

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Students bringing Nyroca Camp to life


Over the past few weeks, two schools have used Nyroca Camp for special activities, with Ceduna Area School spending three […]

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Bonnets up to deter preening peacocks


A day or two before Christmas, the peace and quiet, the tranquillity and the splendour of nature  at Nyroca Camp […]

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Crops in flower and bees are abuzzing


Several months’ ago, a visiting Freemason from the Lincolnshire Lodge in England, brought a wreath and gave it to our […]

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Life is good in the woods at Nyroca


Some days I think of myself as modern day Henry David Thoreau, who lived for two years in an isolated […]

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‘Retirement’ – a time to question your life


  Sometimes I think it’s time to remove the word ‘retired’ from the dictionary – as most people my age […]

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