Monthly Archives: September 2013

Stuff People Do

This post continues on from an article in the Newsletter (#59) about unusual things that people do to show that they’ve been somewhere. It mentioned cairn building, railway sleeper art, and public collections. Here’s another example of a public collection, … Continue reading

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Learning Lessons from Trees

Trees in Outback areas often have a hard job surviving, due to lack of water, soil, nutrients, or a combination of these factors, but this tree in the Flinders Ranges obviously decided to adopt a “never give  up” attitude after … Continue reading

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Swooping Season

Overseas visitors to Australia often seem to have the impression that we have here a vast range of animals waiting to jump out and kill any passing human being without notice. To support this belief, they will tell us what … Continue reading

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