Monthly Archives: September 2019

Colours! Shapes! Spring!

I had a look at the photos I have taken this week, and it became obvious that spring is the topic of the moment. Flowers are blooming everywhere in all their glorious lairy-ness. I kept running into bright shining pigface … Continue reading

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Led by young people

This week the student led climate strike was on. I was at work, and not able to go, but I felt so pleased that, led by young people, many others participated. I spoke to Bet on the phone afterwards and … Continue reading

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Light (day and night)

This week I am celebrating spring and longer days. Yesterday was clear and warm, and we’ve also just had the full moon, so the sun has been right out there, both directly and indirectly. Climate change worries me a lot, … Continue reading

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On the coast (…with kangaroos)

Regular readers may detect a theme here! I have been away with the Trust this weekend. We went down the Fleurieu Peninsula and stayed in a very nice place for a couple of days to work out our directions for the … Continue reading

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Walking (with kangaroos)

Last weekend I went away with my friend Kaye to one of her favourite spots (and now mine too), Dutchman’s Stern Conservation Park in the Flinders Ranges. Kaye and I have been walking and talking together, usually twice a week, … Continue reading

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