I want to go back to Menindee Lakes with one or all of my kids and show them some of the most scenic country.
As global temperatures rise, heatwaves, droughts, floods and other impacts will become more widespread, the sixth annual report says — Read on http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/aug/09/what-does-the-ipccs-report-mean-for-australia-and-what-can-we-expect-in-the-future
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is due to release its latest report later today. It is expected to find that the effects of global warming are occurring faster than predicted and that goals already set to keep climate change at the limits that countries set at Paris will be superseded. This will beContinue reading “Climate Change – Our World in Chaos”
She awoke flapping around like a wet fish. Emma fought her way back to some sort of cognition and realised she had had a fall. On her stomach heading down hill. And where was that bloody dog. The pain in her left shoulder was intense, although didn’t worry her right away. She had tripped andContinue reading “The Transit Lounge”
Save the Great Barrier Reef This is my reminder to myself and anybody else who will listen that to save important Eco-systems we must act on Climate Change NOW.
Well lockdown on the Central Coast is a real stinker. The weather is beautiful and the scenery is pretty awesome. Because I am a hermit it has been easy to stay away from people, although there are heaps of people walking their dogs. I keep muttering under my breath at them for getting in theContinue reading “What to do in Lockdown”
Pretty In Pink If you love walking and fantastic views then this is the place for you. The park stretches just north of the Hawkesbury River and to Gosford and the adjacent coast. It takes in the pretty township of Patonga and these photos were taken on the headland above Patonga. There are lots ofContinue reading “Brisbane Waters National Park”