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An Australian author I enjoy

I have written previously about the debut novel of Sulari Gentill but since that time she has been prolific in her writings.  I have read… 323 more words


New Nuts and Fresh Fruits

Our orchards have expanded by 320% in two days…

…and if I could I would buy so many more trees!! But there has to be a limit somewhere and we have used all of our allocated tree funds for this year. 190 more words


Giving sugarless September a try

I am not sure if I will succeed at this but I am going to give it a try.  Reducing my sugar intake in September. 117 more words


August Newsletter

August came in with a blow (literally) and had a few dips along the way. This month we have dealt with the destructive nature of wind, the difficulties of working alone, lice, rubbish and a lame cow. 1,560 more words


Gippsland, VIC: 32 crossing axle-counter safety upgrade underway

The successful trial of axle-counters technology on the Gippsland Line, a route plagued with railhead corrosion affecting the detection of trains and thus compromising the safe operation of level crossings. 51 more words

Level Crossings

Farewell to Gippsland ....

…. and a quick visit to Melbourne, then I’ll be on the road again to Christchurch, NZ.  The time is just flying.  

I said a rather sad ‘slan agus beannacht’ to Uncle Jerry just now but we emigrants have tough skins and are used to making our goodbyes quick before they get too emotional. 212 more words