Australia's BUSHel of Beauty

December 16, 2016

Feel Good Friday

Australian Aborigines have lived in Australia for thousands of years.  One secret to their success is their BUSHel of knowledge in nature and its source of hidden ‘bush food'.  

The 'Bush Banana', for example, is a plant known to amBUSH Australia’s most arid regions…

Victoria, Australia

Its fruit has become f-rooted in Australia's Aboriginal culture…

Koala eating roots in Australia

With vines known for their nutritional, medicinal, and even diVINE values…

Victoria, Australia

And yellow seeds and white flowers that proSEED to be featured in Aboriginal myths, art and fabrics.

Bush Banana Painting by D.Abbots
("Bush Banana" by D. Abbots)

So it's time to tell this Australian Aboriginal tale by TALE-oring it into a tote of its own...

Australia Tote (Limited)

(Shop Limited Australia Tote Here)

Here’s to this world's BUSHel of colorful cultures & to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders
(Photos: @michelle_sachs)

PS - Order totes by 5am ET Tuesday, Dec 20 for delivery by Christmas!




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