It’s funny how life can change. Right now I’m sitting in the sun, looking over terraced rosemary and old-man saltbush hedges toward the stone shearing shed and rocky hills beyond. I just finished a coffee, and the kids are being taught… Read More »Rosemary and Saltbush Hedges
It had been a hot couple of days, the thermometer read almost 45 degrees. I was warm, but the thick sandstone walls of our old homestead kept the worst of the heat at bay. It was 6 o’clock, and I… Read More »Never chase an emu in bike riding shoes.
Despite it now being January, these crafty sheep are still worthy of their very own post. Our dynamic and lovely neighbour had put her hand up to create a School of the Air float for the Broken Hill Christmas pageant.… Read More »How do you make a sheep out of an old storage drum?
I have been submersing myself in the fringes of education over the past few years, starting literally, in the soil, as a garden teacher, uncovering the many layers that go into teaching children. Then I incorporated the many varied theories of… Read More »Preparing for their Future