Tag Archives: walking

Making a mark

I am, as many of you know, a regular walker. Of course this means checking out the neighbourhood, and the sea, people’s gardens,¬† the countryside and the ‘burbs, and most fundamentally of all the way forward (these perambulations have been … 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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Autumn, light, water, clouds, reflection

Daylight saving ended last Sunday, so this week the sun has set earlier, and there is a sense of autumn really arriving – albeit that the weather is unseasonably hot and dry. I went for a walk today at sunset, … Continue reading

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Misty Morning

For many years I have been walking twice a week with my friend Kaye. One morning we leave from her place and walk through the park and along the old ‘creek’ (now more of a drain) in a circuit and … Continue reading

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Happy New Year (the long view)

I have been in Auburn for the past week or so, and have taken some long walks in the countryside most days. It is quiet and beautiful, with views over modest hills into the distance, big trees, early morning and … Continue reading

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Love and memories at the beach

I have been to¬†Brighton a few times lately, just a bit further down the coast from home. I was there this morning with Megan and Jonquil (why I didn’t take a picture of them I don’t know!) for a walk … Continue reading

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Tribute to Rossi

I went for a walk at Christies Beach after work on Wednesday. It is a lovely place, and not somewhere I go all that often, despite working close by for decades. A beautiful headland, and then a walk above the … Continue reading

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