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Shedding light on thirsty aardvarks

The aardvark is a solitary and secretive creature, making its home in sub-Saharan Africa, nocturnal and living underground. Lacking the reflective tissue that makes many other animals’ eyes shine in the dark, the aardvark is notoriously hard to track down and study in the wild. 147 more words

Nox The Snorfler

I finished the yarn scrap monster.  He’s called Nox because he’s an end of day monster* – geddit? Sorry. Here he is.

Originally I made him without wings, but he looked naked and unfinished. 141 more words


The Woolhouse opens to the public...

You will have read a lot of stuff on here over the last few weeks, about my long obsession with David Lynch’s Twin Peaks and my more recent involvement with the happy, friendly and hilariously bonkers group, The Woolhouse Boys on Facebook. 251 more words


Magazine interview

Someone wrote about my career recently and made me sound like a knitting super star.

This article came out in Let’s Knit magazine published in the UK. 334 more words

Back to civilisation and being responsible parents again

Now that we were back on the mainland we stayed a couple of days in the fishing town of Vilanculos. One memory that has stuck were the delicious, juicy crab claws that were supplied as ‘bar food’. 545 more words

REVIEW: Tribeca Film- Aardvark Lacks a Real Message

It’s named Aardvark so that it can be on the top of alphabetical lists. So says the director, Brian Shoaf.

I begin this review with this information so that readers don’t spend the entire movie wondering about the significance of the title. 439 more words




Welcome to the ninth edition of Shakati Bush Facts. In this edition, we will be looking at the shy five. In the first article in this series, we looked at the little five, and in this article, we will focus on the shy five. 818 more words

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