It has been a while since my last post ... sorry. I don't really have much to say however other than I'm doing okay and looking towards a brighter future.
Fifth generation sheep grazier Di Sanderson turned a few heads in 2005 when she broke from tradition and took a chance on introducing an alternative herd animal to her Northern NSW property.
The machine went thump, thump, thump and everything seemed to be moving including men in dirty coats with blacken faces who busied themselves around the noisy mechanical creature that was somehow involved in making the newspaper.
When I was young, I had read books about volcano's and the story of Pompeii fascinated me while being the scariest horror story I ever heard. Needless to say; the thought of living near an extinct volcano scared the hell out of me. However I did and thankfully, all these years later, it hasn't gurgled... Continue Reading →
A moment of compassion during a visit to a farm of a friend bought a tear to my eye and reminded me there are good people and good deeds done in the world. As I am on a couple of weeks holidays at home he invited me out to his property where photo opportunities abound.... Continue Reading →
I've managed to do more posts in one week than I did all year. Wow, it is amazing what a bit of down time can do for a person. As such; here is my final post to wrap up the horrible year that has just gone, December memories. All in all this month went too... Continue Reading →
I was reminded of a lot of things in November. These included what it was like to hear rain on the roof, what news writing is all about and a promise I made in January to my boys and a friend. The change of scene in my work place also herald a change in the... Continue Reading →
My dad celebrated his 94th birthday in October. It was a low key affair. I think once you have had as many birthday's as him you don't want too much of a fuss but my boys and I still popped up to see him and sing him that all important song. This was when I... Continue Reading →