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My Daybook - September

OUTSIDE MY WINDOW I SEE….a beautiful spring morning..it is truly magnificent!

I AM GIVING THANKS….. that the term is nearly at an end. Holidays are in sight and we are taking time out to go down south for a week – I can’t wait! 612 more words

Drop School, It's Tulip Time!

Sometimes you just need to drop everything and go and spend some time in nature. When there is a tulip festival on, how can you possibly resist? 193 more words

Western Australian Wildflower Walks

Love wildflower season and boy Western Australia does put on a great show. Not only do they have over 12,000 different types of species to see it can go for up to 6 months of the year.  603 more words

Hiking Trails

Cool Carnarvon Gorge

Hey Everyone!!

Last week my family went to Carnarvon Gorge for an adventure. We met up with my Oma and Opa there. Vanilla came with me :) 833 more words

Distance Education

One Very, Very Wet July

The average rainfall for July in Cowra is around 52.5mm. We had 111mm and here’s what that looks like.

Mushrooms, Fast Creeks, Wet Dogs and Soggy Socks!


Guest Blogger: Ms Lee loses her Girl Scout instincts.

Gate crashing a party is fine as long as no one gets hurt, right? I thought I’d take advantage of my account privileges and throw in a sneaky guest post. 1,190 more words


Atherton Tablelands

My parents had recommended the Atherton Tablelands to me from their experiences travelling Australia… so I made sure to visit myself. I went on a lovely day exploring the Wooroonooran National Park, at the heart of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and sure enough we had a bit of drizzle through the day, but not enough to dampen anyones mood. 168 more words