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Our food in our car

We were without a job and without a house, we used to go to the water park to have a shower and there are public toilets in Gundy, but maybe you will ask “what did you used to eat if you couldn’t cook anything?” 146 more words


No-work week part 1

We finished rock picking and we started looking for a new job and our job agency was helping us.
While we were waiting for some replies we visited the Heritage Park in Goondiwindi, a nice place where you can have a walk, a pic-nic and see many kangaroos. 110 more words


Invisible labor: Not just housework anymore

Media headlines of late are challenging our presumptions about what is invisible labor.

Amazon, for instance, announced the opening of a store that eliminates the frontline job of cashiers – as well as the checkout lane and all the self-checkout machines. 1,082 more words


Strawberry Picking on our Lunch Break 🍓

Today was a bit of a disaster; we were all woken up at 6.30am by a very bashful Ellie; she may had forgotten to tell us we were picking, so instead we got drunk and stayed up so late the night before. 267 more words


The Vineyard - Vine Management

I thought I should take some time to post about what we are actually doing in Tasmania in case you were wondering if we were just sampling the… 485 more words

Farm Work

How About a Hug

August 19, 2017

Once again, friends came forward to do my farm work while I recover from knee replacement. This time, one friend donated the use of his bale “grabber” and another friend donated his time to haul and stack all of our wrapped bales. 179 more words


88 Days: The Lowlights (Fuck up bingo)

Like many other backpackers heading off to do their 88 days, the four months I spent working on a cattle station was the first time I’d ever worked on a farm. 3,583 more words