MIRIAM Zolin spent her formative years around the small village of Swift’s Creek.
She is now a resident of the High Country, having moved to Mansfield at the beginning of this year.
For Miriam, this has become a full circle journey, coming back to her rural roots.
When Miriam was born her parents were living in Geelong but soon moved to Melbourne, where she had her primary schooling at Heidelberg.
“My dad believed that the education system bred mediocrity, so for secondary school my brother Joe and I were home schooled when we moved to Swift’s Creek,” she explained.
“This was in the days before home schooling was legal.