What do you mean sort of?
Either you are back or you’re not.
What I mean is that I am back – sort of.
where have you been? You know it’s May don’t you?
Yes, I know we are nearly mid way through the year AND
that I have been very quiet on Sewing Daisies.
But, I have been busy with my smartphone app
I decided about a week after we moved to Jindabyne
that I would like to make a smartphone app listing all
of the local businesses, and
events in Jindabyne.
I see. Why?
Well, despite Jindabyne being a beautiful little town
in the Snowy Mountains that is surrounded by
glorious country side (kangaroos, wombats and Wild Brumby etc) plus lake;
That there is a million and one outdoorsy things to do
(sailing, fishing, biking, horse riding, skiing and much more);
It is chock full of amazing artists;
And that it’s the gate way to two of Australia’s largest ski resorts;
There are a surprising amount of people
who haven’t explored Jindabyne
Perhaps they will now.
Building the app has also helped me get out & about.
I now know all the cool spots to hang out for afternoon coffee,
and you know how I enjoy a good coffee!
Is the Jindy Guide available now?
It is, and IT’S FREE.
Just head to the App store
to download to your Android, iPhone, Blackberry
or Windows phone.
If a business isn’t listed in Jindy Guide, do they
contact you directly?
Jindy Guide has a listings form built into it.
Simply add your details and I will make sure you listing
or event gets added.
You mentioned something about events?
I added events to help advertise
regular and one off events in Jindabyne.
That way no one including locals will ever miss
e.g. French Conversation (Wednesday evenings),
or one of the many brilliant festivals
that are hosted down by
Sounds like Jindabyne has it all.
We are just waiting for the snow to arrive.
So now that this is up and running, can we expect
more Sewing Daisies projects?
Hmm yes… let’s talk about that another day.
To download Jindy Guide
simply go to the App store
or click (below) for more information