|Linda, the barbershop owner and sole employee and Tom, before his haircut.|
|The front entrance to Zvoni's Barbershop, owned by Terry's sister Linda.|
|Although the shop was filled with supplies and memorabilia, it was spotlessly clean, well prepared for men's, women's and children's haircuts.|
|Postcards, letters and articles received over the years.|
|The shop has uses two antique barber chairs, over 80 years old, made in America.|
|Tom's haircut under a tree in Belize in March, 2013. The barber had no official shop but had access to a electric outlet in a nearby building. For the rest of this story, please click here.|
Each barbershop or salon has had its own story to tell as did Linda's which proved to be interesting enough to be included in a Time Magazine article about Australia's hidden treasures, presented about 10 years ago during a publication highlighting Australia.
|Linda has several glass enclosed displays of various antique barber tools and equipment.|
We can only imagine how excited Linda must have been to have a story about her and her shop published in this well known magazine and what a boon for business and tourism in this quaint town of Penguin.
|The Time Magazine issue about Australia included the story as shown below of Linda's barbershop, Zvonie (named after the former owner).|
|Time Magazine's article about Linda and the barbershop published approximately 10 years ago.|
|When Linda directed me to this photo, I gasped to see her with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip asking how she managed to get this photo. I got suckered! This photo was taken at the London wax museum!|
|Tom, with a new buzz cut.|
Soon, we're off and about for an exciting adventure. We'll be back tomorrow with photos and details. Have a beautiful day!
__________________________________________________Photo from one year ago today, January 5, 2016:
|One year ago, we stayed at a hotel across the street from the pier where our ship awaited us. It was raining hard and we decided to talk a taxi rather than haul our bags in the rain. For two other cruises later in the year, Tom hauled to bags to the pier and we simply walked across the street and down these steps to check in. For more details, please click here.|