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Leaving on my trip to Tassie tomorrow morning. It's hard to know what to pack as the temperature in Tasmania is supposed to be cool, but tomorrow's max in Hobart is set for 28C. I'm all set and just have to remember the last minute stuff tomorrow ...
... some errands at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre,
but because of the storm I had no time. Next week, then.
I did some quick thinking and made a
lentil, chickpea, kale stew with some red wine, veggie stock, and
mustard. I grilled haloumi slices and some zucchini with cumin. It
all came out very well and Patty, Frank and I ate it all. We sat and
talked for a while after, then went our separate ways for the night.
I puttered on the computer, then went to bed. ...
... She lives with a friend and that friend's
partner from university. They are on the third floor, with the best
view of the city in the whole block. At night, you can see the Wheel
and the multi-coloured lights of the city. It is glorious. And all
that from a wrap-around balcony!
Jaz was there talking with Olly and her
invited friend Reid, a super exuberant Aussie. He was great fun that
night, staying with my energy level. My excessive, ...
... command. We are here to do
any task you give us!
We went for morning tea and most of us
sat and talked down by the kiosk. Then, back to work! I quickly
cleaned the kookaburra and tawny frogmouth enclosure, then went and
cleaned and raked around the roo troughs by the Bird of Prey Flight
theatre. Two sweet older Japanese tourists came and asked me all
sorts of cool questions (“what do you do as a volunteer?” and
“what is in the kangaroo ...
... along the river, so they pointed out where to hop on and off that one. The four of us then sat in one of the areas, pulled out are picnic and sat in the sun for a bit. There was also a man made beach which they called a lagoon, but we hadn't bought our swimming stuff along with us. After we were done sunbathing, we got our stuff together and had a wander along the market - it wasn't as big as we thought it would be, but it ...