Lifeline on St. Vigeon’s Station

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Not long after I’d arrived at St. Vigeon’s, I found myself alone at the homestead. The men, having risen before sunrise, had gone mustering – catching wild cattle for the Darwin export market. My husband and five workmen had set … Continued

My Life in the Outback

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Australian Wildfires Rekindle my Memories of the Northern Territory (Thanks to my Readers who suggested this blog series about my life in Australia) News reports of wildfires spreading unspeakable sorrow on the families, wildlife, and landscape of that unique continent … Continued

Australian Wildfires

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“Kangaroos snoozing under trees, sea lions basking on beaches, koalas dozing on eucalyptus limbs, and endless white beaches…” stated a recent advertisement for Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Kangaroo Island has been an oasis for flora and fauna, a “Noah’s … Continued

New Mexico—Land of Enchantment…

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New Mexico—Land of Enchantment… ¿Ever Heard of Chimayó? If you answered yes, then maybe you’ve seen the Washington Post article by Irene S. Levine on the Lourdes of America. Or perhaps you’ve admired colorful weavings and rugs designed by the … Continued

Secrecy on Filming Game of Thrones

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Record numbers of viewers watched the final episode, despite the spectacular epic not airing in China. Fans around the globe may have already seen key plot points, not due to Chinese hackers as one might imagine, but as the diligent … Continued

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