Looking towards the light

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.  

Introducing new practices and sticking a long neck out

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 volcano carter I live in

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 →

Small acts of kindness.

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 →

Remember November

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 →

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