Before moving on to my adventure in Papua New Guinea, here are some bits and pieces, odds and ends from the Basket Gathering that I didn’t mention earlier: -I got to hold a baby wombat! So cute and furry. Rosie was her name, 8 months old. She will eventually be released back to the wild.…Continue reading Basket Gathering odds and ends
Easter and family got in the way of continued blogging – sorry about that! Just a few miscellaneous remarks first: We saw a bandicoot crossing the road one night – a little furball scooting along. Very few wild animals were sp0otted during my whole journey- in Papua New Guinea as well as Australia. Not sure…Continue reading A day of sights and smells and flavors
The winds were blowing this morning and are at it again tonight. Mostly sunny clear skies today which was grand as last night was REALLY chilly (I think I heard in the 40s) – a four blanket night. I’m in a room with four bunk beds – three of which have become my desk/dresser/table for…Continue reading Windy Wednesday
Who ever warned me about seeing a lot of kangaroos in Halls Gap was spot on – they seem to be everywhere! One local home even had one in their front yard – within their fence, so I’m not sure if it was a pet or just jumped in. Mostly visible in the evenings from…Continue reading A lot of roos
What started out as a drizzly day did clear up to be quite nice, temp and humidity-wise. Oh, the weird noise last night was a koala in the tree outside, so I was told. Although someone else was certain it was a possum. I’m going with the koala. Eleven new students today and most of…Continue reading American expert!