Rosewood’s streets a pleasant walk in time
YOU walk down the main street of Rosewood with your chin up and chest out; looking at your fellow cobber coming from the other direction.
There is no staring down at a phone and no zombie-marching in a rush to a destination.
The people on John St, Rosewood, walk slower but don’t dawdle.
They know where they’re going and often know the person behind the counter who will serve them.
Fiona Daw walks the main street to the shops about once every second day.
The friendly faces and calm charm of the town have kept her living at Rosewood for the past 33 years.
“I’ve seen some change,” she admits. “It’s still nice and quiet which is what I like and the people are nice and friendly which is lovely.”
The facades of Rosewood’s buildings are pleasantly trapped in the mid-1900s.