'Time and place / as elusive as air / as solid as this ground / I stand on. / Here, where I am placed / at any one time'.
What a sweet place!Makes me want to go read Shel Silverstein to the kids.The Giving Tree.Or a million other great books.Hope you have a safe trip and a good time!Scarlett & Viaggiatore
hooray, hooray! hope you have a great trip and all the best with the new (ad)ventures.:)
Have fun in "Palmy". What work are you going to be doing at the albatross colony? We tried to visit, once, but the last chick flew out and they closed to visitors a few days before we arrived. That was about 25 years ago and I haven't quite made it since...
Do I gather that you are taking up work at the Otago colony? What a wonderful area and what interesting work (if that is so). We sat most on one glorious afternoon there, with binoculars, watching those soaring birds.
CB, my friends and I would say you are living a FULL LIFE, my friend. Good luck with the albatri. None around your neck, I hope.b
heh. I clicked on your Otago live cam thingy and it was all black! Then I remembered: it's the middle of the night where you are!You are certainly doing a lot of readings! Enjoy your visits!
Have a lovely time, CB and see you soon!
Good luck with the Albatrosses!
Hi Chief,All my best to you on your new endeavor. I'm impressed. Hugs.
send the albatross some fishy love from brisbane!
Aw what a cute wee school. I'm still really jealous about the job! Hope the reading goes well.
Wishing you joy, satisfaction and success!
Wish I could come to your reading! Of course, I wouldn't mind seeing the albatross colony as well.
To everyone - I'm sorry no personal responses to comments - I've got a bit of catching up to do since my return - as you will no doubt appreciate. Just to say I appreciate your comments and that I am looking forward to getting on to reading your blogs as soon as my feet properly touch the ground again.:)
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