Thursday, June 28, 2012
Received 18 April 2012 from France, as part of the April alternative round robin. These are all different ways to call some one your loved one- like "honey"or my sweetheart". Very cute! sender id:sunsky
Received 18 April 2012 from France. Even though it is a town in southern England on the card (one which I have been to, as it is not far from Southampton). I even recognise the sender, I received a card from him before! Postcard id: FR-203120
6 June 2012- I live in a perfect place to see the transit of Venus, it has historical significance for Australia, and the weather was perfect. And I didn't organise eclipse glasses. So i watched it by computer.
Monday, June 18, 2012
Received 18 April as part of the April alt rr (quick postage!) These are buildings in Minsk, and some nice lines about them- which the sender has translated on the back. sender id: Lamilla
Saturday, June 16, 2012
Friday, June 15, 2012
1 June 2012- The road in front of my work is a narrow one way street. The section right in front of my work is a no parking area (denoted by the single yellow line painted on the side of the road.) Because there are three backpacker hostels in the area, parking is ok a little further down the road and parking in the area is not always available: we have a steady stream of illegal parkers. Problem is, this is a road often used by delivery trucks and not infrequently by fire engines. While there are spates of ticketing by the council, thy can't come everyday. This is what sometimes happens when a vehicle cannot, doesn't want to, spare the parker. The other side of the road has a tall fence and a steep drop to the railway lines. It was a brand new car, that now has a lot of damage! If you are travelling in Australia, be aware that the single yellow line means no parking.