Movement

Long live Cobargo.

A slow rise this morning. Coffee and croissants at the local bakery/cafe and then (as I was packing away Ripley’s long power cable) a long chat with the dude staying in the campsite next to ours. In 30 minutes I had caught up on his life story, his ex-wifes life story and most of the […]

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Movement

Roadtrip! It has been a while.

Location: ///invited.genius.benefactor We could barely contain our joy at finally being able to travel again. Ripley was fully loaded and ready to roll this morning, and after the inevitable last-minute faffing around (like 10 minutes looking for Ripley’s spare keys. Forgetting to pack extra masks. etc etc) we were away. A beautiful morning to be […]

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Found objects

Who’s your daddy?

Yes, here in Austalia, we have ALL the mostest poisonous of animals & creepy crawlies. You can read more about them here. But personally, I am just bloody thankful our daddy long legs don’t look like the American ones (main photo)! It’s basically an alien brain on legs. With giant alien chompers. Ye gods, we […]

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Journal

Road trip is imminent.

Good news. The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is easing its COVID lockdown boarder restrictions. Whilst the areas we can freely travel are still limited, it does provide us with a loop route down to the south coast. Kelly starts her holidays tomorrow (I still have a few shifts to work at the vaccination centre), so […]

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poetry

Dinner on the lawn.

Evening magpiecreeps my wet lawn and (ignoring the idiom) spears a worm. I think my favourite bird of all is the plain old, black and white Australian magpie. Although on close inspection the black is some sort of psychedelic midnight-dark rainbow blue.The dawn chorus warble often runs counterpoint through my morning meditation. It sounds like […]

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