Canberra & NSW travel blog part 2: Canberra to Wagga

Canberra to Wagga Day 4 and 5: Wagga Wagga Our second destination on this week’s trip was Wagga Wagga, which, according to Visit NSW, is the largest island city in NSW, sitting on the Murrumbidgee River. It’s on Wiradjuri country. A sign at the visitor centre tells us that...

Week 16/2024: A recap of the week

Week of 15 April 2024 This is a quick summary of week 16 while I catch up with the travel blog posts from the Canberra and NSW trip. You can read the first travel blog post here. Week 16 summary Habit tracker 9.30 shutdown: 3/7 days 8,000 steps: 7/7...

Canberra & NSW travel blog part 1

Week of 15 April 2024 The first week of school holidays. This week we travelled to Canberra and New South Wales to celebrate a family member’s 80th birthday. Canberra & NSW travel blog part 1: Canberra Day 1: Arriving in Canberra The first leg of our trip was a...

Week 15/2024: Davey street

Week of 8 April 2024 This week was back to normal after a couple of short weeks for Easter.  Well, normal in the sense that I had my regular five days of work and my weekend family visit. Cool non-normal stuff happened too! Wandering in Davey Street Hobart street...

Week 14/2024: More photowalking

Week of 1 April 2024 This was week 2 of the Easter break. Photowalking in the city Macquarie Street On Monday I set out early in the morning to take advantage of the public holiday and make some photos in Macquarie Street without the traffic. My main goal was...

Week 13/2024: Photowalking

Week of 25 March 2024 A quiet week, with a couple of very high points. It was a long weekend for Easter so I got a chance to go out walking with my camera. Photowalking: A weekend of photos Friday I look at the morning skies from the window...

Week 12/2024: Sea songs and chicken homes

Week of 18 March 2024 After a fabulous Tasmania Reads week, I got to exercise my democratic right to vote on Saturday. I’m leaving this election day outfit here. If you know, you know. Songs of the Sea I suppose you could say Friday night’s conversation about Tasmanian wild...

Tasmania reads

Tasmania Reads: Try something new Tasmania Reads week is an annual week of events to promote and celebrate the art of reading across Tasmania. It’s run by Libraries Tasmania and this year’s theme was to “try something new”, which might include reading a new genre, a different author or...

Week 11/2024: Queer history walk

A walk into the Queer History of Hobart Week of 11 March 2024 This was a great week! Monday was a public holiday and I took part in two wonderful activities later in the week. More to come on one of these. The context If you’re familiar with the...

Week 10/2024: Stop clearing the decks

Week of 4 March 2024 At the risk of sounding like I’m turning my learnings from Four Thousand Weeks into a project, I tried one of the strategies in the book this week. Another 4,000 weeks post Stop clearing the decks (part 1) Not clearing the decks is one...