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Day 13 - Lock to Melrose

As expected, Charlie the Chook woke us bright and early this morning, even before the sun came up.  Suddenly we were surrounded with noise – the chap in the caravan next door started his 4WD and drove off, a couple of trucks roared down the road, and other unidentified noises.  729 more words

2016 Short Adventure

Round 6- Adelaide v Fremantle: Sea Monkeys

If talking about the weather is Britain’s obsession, then I’d argue that Australia’s national hobby is yabbying. A crustacean El Dorado, trifling physical labour, kids, and refreshments. 1,174 more words

People And Places

Musical Monday ~ Cartoon Theme Songs of the 60's

Welcome to Musical Monday! Music has been known to affect our emotions. Listening to music can make us happy or sad, relaxed or motivated, put us to sleep or make us want to dance. 430 more words

Musical Monday

2016: The Year of the Great Shed: Guest Post by Kimberly “Kimba” Dalferes

Do New Year’s resolutions work for you? Nope? Me neither. My ever-present dedication to lose ten lbs, eat less junk food, exercise more, floss daily, and stay out of the sunshine unless I’m wearing SPF1000 sunscreen, somehow always seems to go by the wayside by no later than February 1st. 482 more words


Happy Birthday Osamu Tezuka

Today is the day in which “The God of Manga” was born in 1928.

Osamu Tezuka was born in the city of Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan. As a young boy, Tezuka was an enthusiast of Manga and he recalls that kids from his neighborhood came exclusively to his house to read manga which young Osamu had in excessive ammounts. 784 more words


Down the Stuart Highway

From the Northern Territory Back to South Australia

After five days at Yulara, bushwalking around the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, we said goodbye to Australia’s Red Centre and retraced… 582 more words


So About Graduation...

What’s the saying again?  You plan and God laughs.  That has been such a common theme in this journey of bringing Kimba to greatness.  So it should come as no surprise that the one thing I thought was going to be an easy “for sure” is not to be.  1,055 more words