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Finishing Eyre Peninsula

WHERE ARE WE NOW
Port Augusta

TRAVELLING TALES
Memory Cove had been suggested by a local conservationist we’d met on our way to Gawler Ranges and although there is a rough limestone track all the way in for 35km it was worth the 1.5 hour drive and has to be the best place we’ve stayed. 633 more words

Camping

Igniting Kimba Art Program. Viterra’s Kimba Silos, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, Australia.

Thank you @robertlangphotography for the gorgeous shot!

Another View

Cam Scales Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camscale/

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Igniting Kimba Instagram… 33 more words

Some Writing

The End (for now)

A visit to Kimba to see the big Galah and the painted Silos was the last official tourist engagement on our agenda. We now have a pressing engagement in Wollongong, to see Tammi and Marc who returned from the UK on the 22nd Sep. 373 more words

The Count, The Amount and Chicken Delight

Back in the early ‘70s, kids would run home after school to catch their favorite cartoon or other kids’ show coming on TV at 3:00. My favorite was the cartoon “Kimba the White Lion.” He was a cute little cub. 500 more words

Casserole

Soul on a String (皮绳上的魂, Zhang Yang, 2016)

At the end of Zhang Yang’s Shower, there’s a lengthy fantasy sequence taking place in a desert in which a young girl is about to enjoy the first and last bath of her life as a right of passage before she is married off. 766 more words

Book To Film

Round a Table with Old Friends

The Grand Canyon is mightily impressive. So is the Eiffel Tower. The best beach I’ve seen is Ko Lanta in Thailand, where the sand is soft and the water is azure blue and clear as glass. 306 more words

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