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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Keep an eye out for Corazón, and Lori as they slowly head north

Corazón is a 1949 Leland double decker Sydney bus that has been decked out as a cafe~ and it donates all its Coffee profits to charity. Corazón's driver and owner is Lori, the founder of 'Twice as Nice Gallery Cafe'. The pair are in the region and heading north so keep an eye out over the next week and call in to have a coffee. Moving at only 45kph they move very slowly but then, the pair aren't in any hurry. Presently parked at the Big 4 Caravan Park in Narooma for the next few days Lori plans to head north towards Batemans Bay by Tuesday where he will set up at the Big 4 at Surfside. The bus, and Lori Norton, have already driven around 26,000 km around Australia raising over $60,000 for charity in the last four years. Since recently replacing their coffee machine they have raised a further $10,000 for Muscular Dystrophy Australia.

Above: Corazón, the 1949 Leland double decker Sydney bus, in Bega this week before heading north for Narooma

Below: While Lori is a fine barista he is also an author and an artist, specialising in coffee art being art 'painted' with a mix of media including coffee grounds, most often around the recurring image of a rising or setting sun that was first inspired by a spilt coffee cup ring.

You can follow Lori and Corazon at: Twice As Nice Gallery Cafe

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