Yet Another “Reason” to Return to the Office

The Australian Financial Review, like its US counterpart the Wall Street Journal, tends to take the side of unfettered capitalism in every matter. Last week they published an opinion piece by Nick Coatsworth (“Nine’s Network Medical Expert and is completing a doctoral thesis on the first seventy days of Australia’s COVID 19 crisis response. He… Continue reading Yet Another “Reason” to Return to the Office

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School Uniforms

All schools in Australia, public and private, require students to wear uniforms. For boys, this is a collared shirt in white or a light color with the school crest embroidered on the chest, worn with trousers or shorts in the school colors or gray. Socks are white or gray, or white banded with the school… Continue reading School Uniforms

Gardening in Sydney

Featuring my Mastodon posts about my garden, in reverse chron order. You can follow me on Mastodon. This page is slow to load! (I later realized that I could replant these tiny carrots and let them continue growing, we’ll know in a few months how that works out.) I like to have papaya in my… Continue reading Gardening in Sydney

Cape Bailey Track

The last weekend of Rossella’s visit, we went for a hike on the Cape Bailey Track in Kamay Botany Bay National Park. It’s an easy walk, mostly level, and took us 2 hours 40 minutes to get to Potter Point and back. You might also like: Woodstock School in 2022 Native Flora, Royal National Park… Continue reading Cape Bailey Track