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Which deeds would I change if I lived my life over?
Yes, a few – not a lot, I say thinking it over
For mistakes that I’ve made have caused changes in me… 187 more words


What happened to our pubs?

Have we gentrified our pubs so much that the life and soul of “the local” has all but disappeared?

The thought came to mind recently as I sat in the bistro of our local, a typical suburban pub in Sydney within walking distance from home. 453 more words

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Peeking between the leaves of a grasstree

For me,
the beauty of the South Australian bush lies in its understated nature.
It’s not verdant or lush. The trees aren’t tall or spectacular. 39 more words


Go With Your Gut Instinct

When I was driving to the Mungalla Station I thought to myself, “What on earth are you doing?!”. The road was a long country road that took me to the middle of nowhere. 433 more words

The drooping sheoak

Allocasuarina verticillata

I’ve talked about drooping sheoaks before.

They’re one of the commonest trees in the scrub near our house south of Adelaide, and right now, they’re in flower. 68 more words