As you may have noticed, I haven’t had much time for blogging lately; the demands of work and family have more or less pushed it to one side. My current trip lasts all of eleven days, and will take me right across south-east Australia and back.
So for a change of pace from Libertarianism and the state of the nation, I’ve brought my camera along, so you can join me on the road through the countryside I know best; I’ll be adding some random thoughts and jottings as I go.
(To speed up page loading, I’ve divided out the days into separate pages)
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Good stuff, Oz. Interesting.
Ow you’ve nicked the Tyne bridge.
You have struck a chord with me. I lost a dear old friend of mine to leukemia a little over 10 years ago. Dan was of Greek descent and a couple years older than me. His parents once spent a summer in Greece and left him and his siblings back in the US. When they returned they presented him with a tremendous gift of a beautiful bouzouki…complete with mother-of-pearl inlay. Dan mastered it. In a sea of mandolin pickers Dan was the ONLY accomplished bouzouki picker. He replaced me in the bluegrass band when I left for college. His bouzouki was stolen but not his talent. He was an incredible song writer and guitar picker. We all miss him sorely.