Blogging can reflect real life sometimes. You know, like when your place is a mess and unexpected visitors, who have never been there before, show up (and I don’t mean Mormons, they would never see the inside of my house anyway).
That’s a bit like what happened today, I was reading Jenny’s conversation with her Australian hating husband and looking at pictures of her daughter desecrating our flag (shit, there’ll be some weirdos showing up from google searches now, or worse, maybe the cops). While I was laughing I suddenly realised that she had linked to me and thought "Oh no! My blog is a mess! I should post something nice in case new people drop by." (The last few days have not been the best example of the fun that the Dingo can really be).
So in an effort to make the place look a bit better here are three photos that I took on the Coast, and one that is from here. The blue sky in the first shot only happened as I was about to leave.
This is our house on the Coast (while proof-reading this, I realised I don’t call it our ‘home’ on the coast). I know that when most people in Oz refer to their ‘house on the coast’ they mean a two bedroom holiday house that they go to for weekends (a bit like that cabin in the mountains), but in our case technically (for taxes etc), it’s our main residence.
If you turn around and face the opposite direction, this is what you see. There’ll be more shots of this over the next few days, complete with a map because it’s a kind of strange geographic feature that needs some explaining.
And finally for those who haven’t already seen it, here’s where I’ve spent most of the past three years. The picture is taken from a plane in case you’re wondering. It’s just on the edge of the Liverpool Plains so there is a bit of shape to the skyline (actually it’s the Western Slopes of the Great Dividing Range), but another 10 minutes West it’s just like looking out at the ocean, except without the water.
So, I hope this gives a nice impression of my blog for a change.
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